The Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex held its 30th birthday bash on Sunday 29th  September. Despite the weather we saw more than 400 visits throughout the gym and pool on this day. They had an array of free activities on offer including swimming, fun splash, inflatable sessions, junior gym, table tennis, gym inductions, heath checks and hair braiding.

The day was also supported by some external organisations giving taster sessions allowing people to experience activities such as Boston Sub-aqua try dive, Kayaks from Boston Sea Cadets and Lincolnshire YMCA with their climbing frame and parkour equipment.

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue were in attendance showing members of the public around one of their fire engines and community engagement.

There was a tombola which raised £116.50 for The Butterfly Hospice Trust and hosted the Macmillan coffee morning raising £85.45.

David Horry, leisure centre manager, said: “I am delighted that our birthday celebrations were a great success with hundreds of people coming through the door. The aim of the day was to celebrate 30 years of opening but to also increase awareness of the many different types of sporting activities which are available for all ages at the complex.”

Sarita Barton, duty officer, said: “It was great to see the centre being used to its full potential and offering various activities to customers. The atmosphere was lively and the day was enjoyed by customers and staff alike – it was a pleasure to see.  We are pleased with how positive the day was attended and are now hoping to make this an annual event”.