Leisure Link-Up – In the Bin? Don’t let your emails go straight to spam! What happens when EHOs visit in 2024 – 12th Mar 24 (Online)

Re-watch the last leisure link-up here! Non-members can only view up to 30 days after the event.


The schedule for the next Leisure Link-Up has just been released. Don’t forget, it’s free for members and non-members. Spaces are limited though for maximum engagement, so register now at the bottom of the page.

Why join the leisure link-up?

  1. Networking: Connect with fellow leisure professionals, expand your network, and forge valuable connections.
  2. Knowledge Sharing: Gain access to expert insights, trends, and best practices to enhance your park’s operations and offerings.
  3. Problem Solving: Collaborate on real challenges and find solutions through thought provoking discussion.
  4. Industry Updates: Stay up-to-date with the latest industry developments, regulations, and innovations.
  5. Influence: Contribute to shaping the future of the industry through your valuable input and suggestions.

Schedule – Tuesday 12th March 2024 at 10am – 11:30am (Dublin, Edinburgh, London, Lisbon) | ONLINE SESSION

  1. 🤝 IN DISCUSSION 🗣️ – Trampoline+ Park Sector Updates Inc.
    • Feb Half-Term roundup – the good, bad and the ugly.
    • New Committee – We welcome some familiar & some new faces to the Active Indoor Leisure Association!
    • Health and Safety Executive’s Focus on Trampoline Park Safety – How does this affect operators?
    • ISO Committee Update – What was discussed at the latest meeting of the ISO Committee for Trampoline Parks?
    • Assessment to the International Standard (ISO 23659:2022) – Assessment procedures update.
    • Round the table – What are your safety tripping points?
      40 mins

  2. Environmental Health Officers (EHOs) 📋 What will a visit from an EHO look like in 2024 | Si Wilkinson, www.Leisurology.org
    Members will find free guidance documents in their members area!

  3. 🗑️ In the bin? Are your emails (marketing AND confirmations) about to go straight to spam? ‼️ | Si Wilkinson, www.Leisurology.org
    Changes to the way Google and Yahoo handle email have sparked concern from marketers, especially when transactional (receipts & confirmations) come from the same domain. Join the discussion and find out how to avoid losing your most powerful marketing tool and prevent your receipts and confirmations heading to the spam folder.

Free to Leisure Professionals – SPACES ARE LIMITED – Book your place now 👇🏼

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