Huish Leisure's New Director

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Paul Adam has been appointed as the Huish Leisure Community Director to the Academy Leisure Board. Paul will be representing the customers of Huish Leisure and putting across the points of the community in the board meetings.
He is a passionate swimmer and has taken part in several long distance swims including the Great London Swim. Currently Paul uses the fitness suite and enjoys taking part in a mixture of sports and adventure training such as canoeing and winter sports. He is also a qualified volleyball coach and referee and really enjoys team sports. Paul would like to hear from customers about their experiences of Huish Leisure so that they can make positive improvements and impacts at a strategic level.
If you would like to make contact with Paul, please email him at: huishleisure@educ.somerset.gov.uk

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