The Access to Sports Project deliver a wide range of Sporting Activities for Children and Young People in Hackney, our programme is supported by local community organisations, schools and the London Borough of Hackney.
Time / Date Details
Saturday 1pm - 3pm
What to do if you have a complaint
It is best to discuss the problem with the staff concerned or their manager. This should be the fastest and most effective way to resolve your problem.
Make a formal complaint, preferably in writing. You can email: firstname.lastname@example.org or hand a complaint in at Sobell Leisure Centre Hornsey Road N7 7NY (please address to The Access to Sports Project). You may also complain by telephone.
For more information, please see ‘Useful documents’
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Train: Hackney Downs
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