Blog: The future of leisure

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Of the sectors that have been battered during the last few turbulent months, the leisure industry has perhaps had the worst of all deals.

People rely on it to provide them with activities and entertainment in their spare time, but ironically, at a time when many people have never had more spare time, it has had to close down.

Even before the pandemic, the sector was braced  for a period of change,  as the traditional composites looked to de-risk with reduced line sizes, some exiting specific

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