Trilogy Active operates a number of facilities in partnership with West Northamptonshire Council, Duston Parish Council, Northampton General Hospital and University of Northampton to provide active lifestyles in Northampton. 

Inspiring Active Lifestyles 
We run the following facilities 
Cripps Recreation Centre - Northampton 
Danes Camp Leisure Centre -Northampton 
Duston Sports Centre - Northampton 
Lings Forum Leisure Centre - Northampton 
The Mounts Baths - Northampton 
Belper Leisure Centre - Belper 
Hickory Dickory Play Centre - Derby 
Hickory Dickory Play Centre - Birmingham 
Forum Cinema - Northampton 
Berzerk Soft Play Centre - Northampton 
Health & Wellbeing Development in Northampton 
Trilogy Active was launched as Northampton Leisure Trust on 1 April 2011 to provide sport (and development), leisure, play and cultural cinema opportunities for the communities of Northampton and its surrounding areas. Northampton Leisure Trust officially changed its company name to Trilogy Active in December 2022. 
Trilogy Active is registered at companies house (number 7555631) and has charity status (Charity number 1145613) 
Trilogy Active is a 'company limited by guarantee', has 'charitable status’ and is a 'not for profit' organisation. 
Twelve Company Members and thirteen Trustees influence the strategic direction of the company and give professional advice voluntarily to the Trust’s Management Team, which is led by Managing Director, John Fletcher. 
The Company Members are high profile organisations and the Trustees are well respected representatives of our communities who bring a wealth of professional knowledge and experience to the vision of the Trust. 
The Health & Wellbeing Development Team works in partnership with various agencies to co-ordinate opportunities for people to take part in sport and play as well as to promote the health benefits of an active lifestyle. 
The Team can provide information on local clubs, coach education and training along with advice and encouragement for local organisations to promote sport and play in their communities. 
Activity on Referral 
Alan came to us via the county wide Activity on Referral Scheme where GP's can refer physically inactive people onto a tailor-made exercise programme to assist and support them to make healthier lifestyle choices.  
Helping our customers focus on their health and wellbeing in a safe and secure way 
Everything we do at Trilogy is focused on our customers and ensuring you can come back to use our services and focus on your health and wellbeing in a safe and secure way. It's why people like Olivia use our services and why we welcome anyone from the town who wants to feel better. 
Empowering our Talented Team 
“After joining as an Apprentice, I am really proud that Trilogy has worked with me to develop my skills and experience which has enabled me to move into a more senior role within the business,”  
Connor Lake, Leisure Centre Supervisor at Danes Camp Leisure Centre. 
Being more efficient and what we do and how we do it will continue to be at the heart of what we do 
For example, work is underway at Mounts Baths to replace boilers and install new heating pumps as part of works, delivered in partnership with West Northamptonshire Council, to reduce carbon emissions which we will reduce costs and enable us to invest further in front line services. 

Active Play at Trilogy Active 

We believe, support, promote and deliver evidence based Active Play that benefits the cognitive, social and physical development of children in the UK. 
As a not for profit organisation we operate Active Play facilities across the Midlands with venues in Northampton, Derby and Birmingham. We work in partnership and deliver services for Local Authorities, the NHS and Universities in the communities that we serve. 
We believe and promote the active play environment which stimulates brain function, development and physical literacy, as a place where children build skills and traits such as confidence, resilience, self-esteem, independence and where they develop gross motor development and fine motor development skills. 
As part of our commitment to the community that we serve, we deliver specialist and dedicated Active Play S.E.N.D sessions and the Holiday and Activities and Food Programme (HAF) for families in receipt of free school meals through holiday periods at our Active Play Centres. 
We will continue to deliver, support and promote the evidence based benefits of Active Play, in both structured and ‘just play’ environments, to the community that we serve, to those that we work alongside and to local and national decision makers as a fundamental part of the health and well-being of children in the UK. 
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