TRILOGY SOCIAL IMPACT 

Northampton Leisure Trust is proud of its significant social impact across communities of Northampton. Our commitment to Inspiring Active Lifestyles is as resolute as ever and we continue to innovate and expand our service for our customers. We continue to initiate and develop partnerships with Northamptonshire Public Health, Northamptonshire Healthcare HNS Foundation Trust, Northampton General Practice Alliance and others to further expand our social impact and collaborate for the benefit of the Health & Wellbeing of our communities. Our latest social Impact report undertaken by the Institute for Social Innovation & Impact at the University of Northampton demonstrates over £3.5 million of economic benefit to residents of Northampton between February 2017 and January 2018. We can say with confidence that the financial value continues to grow.  

SOCIAL IMPACT REPORT 

Did You Know? 

 
All our profits are reinvested! Northampton Leisure Trust, operating under the brand of Trilogy Leisure is a registered charity and all profits are reinvested into our facilities and services for the benefit of Northampton residents. 
 
NLT was formed in 2011 and was supported with a management fee from Northampton BC of £1.25 million per year. Through careful management we reduced this support to £0 within 5 years therefore saving £1.25 million per year for NBC to support Northampton residents. 
 
In 2018 an independent report produced by the Institute for Social Innovation and Impact (University of Northampton) demonstrated that NLT contribute in excess of £3.5million economic benefit to the residents of Northampton, through value for money services, innovative diversionary programmes and improving the health of the participants in sport & recreation. These benefits include savings in healthcare costs, social care costs, employment and social security benefits and the criminal justice service. 
 
 
 
We have attracted in over half million pounds of external funding into Northampton in the last 2 years to improve facilities and services for the benefit of Northampton residents. 
 
We are one of the lead social enterprise organisations which worked together to secure Northampton as a Social Enterprise Place. Registered Social Enterprise Places are a collection of businesses, charities, consumers and budding social entrepreneurs, working together to grow their social enterprise communities. They aim to promote, raise awareness, and build the markets for social enterprise at a local and national level. 
 
In 2019 we helped save a local nursery from shutting by providing them with a home in one of our leisure centres and helping them to access funding to bring the space up to Ofsted requirements. 
 
 
 
We provide our playing pitches for free to local primary schools to hold their sports day events. 
 
 
Since 2009 we have delivered an annual Sports Awards event which recognises the rich sporting talent in Northampton as well as celebrating team and individual successes and acknowledging the work of coaches and volunteers. 
 
We are represented on numerous networks to support Northampton residents including the Northampton Health and Wellbeing Forum, Northamptonshire Federation of Disability Sport and a number of Parks Management Committees. 
 
 
 
 
 

National & Local Awards 

National Awards 
 
2019 Junior Active Programme – Community Leisure UK, Innovation Award, finalist 
 
2019 Northampton Street Sports Project - Street Games National Award s, Sustainability Award, Finalist 
 
2019 Junior Active Programme – UK Active Kids Award Finalist 
 
2018 Health & Wellbeing Development Team – National Quest Award Winners 
 
2018 Street Sports Coach - Street Games National Award, Young Coach of the Year, Runner Up 
 
2018 Junior Active Programme – UK Active Kids Award, Winner 
 
2018 Northampton Street Sports Project – National Street Games Awards, Matt Kendall Award, Runner Up 
 
2018 Northampton Street Sports Project - Awarded Street Mark Plus 
 
2017 Northampton Street Sports Project – National Street Games, Matt Kendall (Volunteering) Award Winners 
 
2017 Street Sports Coach – National Street Games Awards, Coach of the Year Award, Finalist 
 
2016 National Sporta Awards – Trustee of the Year, Finalist 
 
2015 Street Sports Volunteer – National Street Games Awards, ‘Local Hero’ Award, Finalist 
 
2015 National Fitness Awards - Gym of the Year, Finalist 
 
2014 Health & Wellbeing Development Team – National Quest Award Winners 
 
County and Northampton Awards 
 
2019 Street Sports Volunteer - Northampton Partnership Homes, Community Hero, Winner 
 
2019 Street Sports Coach – Northampton Borough Council Inspirational Male, Winner 
 
2018 Street Sports Volunteer, Northampton Sports Awards, Young Volunteer of the Year, Runner Up 
 
2018 Street Sports Volunteer - Northampton Community Champion, Winner 
 
2018 Street Sports Volunteer - Northampton Community Hero, Winner 
 
2018 Northampton Street Sports Project - Northamptonshire Sports Awards, Project of the Year, Finalist 
 
2015 Volunteer Health Walk - Nationally recognised by Macmillan Cancer Support for her contribution to the Health Walks programme 
 
2015 Street Sports Volunteer – Northampton Sports Awards, Young Leader Category, Runner Up 
 
2015 Street Sports Coach - Northamptonshire’s Zimwomen’s Young Black Sports Achiever’s Awards, Winner 
 
2014 Street Sports Volunteer - Northampton Borough Council, Heart of the Community Award Winner 
 
2014 Street Sports Volunteer - Northamptonshire’s Zimwomen’s Young Black Sports Achiever’s Award, Winner 
 
2014 Northamptonshire Business Excellence Awards - Creative Innovation Award, Highly Commended and Enterprising Organisation of the Year Award, Shortlisted 
 
2013 Northamptonshire Business Excellence Awards - Enterprising Organisation of the Year, Winners 
 

Children & Young People 

 
 
 
 
• We have over 20 athletes benefiting from the Trilogy Talented athlete scheme which includes free membership of our facilities 
 
 
 
 
• The Team supported a number of Community Safety events in 2018/19 
 
 
 
• Every year we support local schools colleges and the University with work placement opportunities 
 
• NHFT health visitors use our centres free of charge to engage with young families 
 
• The paediatric physio working with children with CF access our facilities at the Cripps Rec Centre for free 
 
 
• We offer support to sports clubs to help them to access funding and grow their membership numbers 
 
• All of our front line staff undergo safeguarding training 
 
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