WELCOME to Transforming Culture
Transforming Culture is a specialist leisure consultancy formed in 2009. Since then we have supported many different organisations to adapt to changing and challenging circumstances as the pace of change in delivering leisure services as a largely non-statutory service has increased further. At a time of continuing reduction in public subsidies, we are well placed to support change management, identifying service efficiencies and opportunities to increase income, growing participation and building partnerships with commissioners whilst helping to develop new models of service delivery.
Transforming Culture has delivered a wide range of leisure projects, working with clients to embrace change, developing robust strategies and plans to build organisational resilience, increasing income and growing participation. We work in collaboration with other consultants on larger projects to deliver the results that our clients want. We provide interim senior management roles too.
From our experience working in many different and challenging settings, we believe that by carefully planning the way cultural services and projects are delivered, this can transform outcomes for individuals, groups and local communities. We look forward to working with you!
Sport and physical activity news.
Sport England has reported an increase in children's activity levels of 3.6% or 280k compared to the previous year. The latest Active Lives Children and Young People survey says that 3.3 million are meeting the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity, 46.8% of all children and young people.
In England, County Sports Partnerships have been rebranded as Active Partnerships to reflect their wider role.
Tourism, Arts, Culture and Heritage news.
Record tourism figures across the UK have been reported as further potential future benefits to the economy are highlighted.
Interim Head of Leisure South Norfolk Council.
Colin Mitchell has concluded a highly successful 11 month role as Interim Head of Leisure at South Norfolk Council to deliver a programme of significant investment into the service whilst reducing the overall revenue subsidy. He led a team working with communities and redeveloping three leisure centres to increase participation through a range of new activities.
Cultural facility improvement project.
Transforming Culture has completed an improvement report for a multi-disciplinary cultural facility based in the East of England. Colin Mitchell supported the implementation of the improvement plan which aims to reduce the revenue subsidy by around £500k per annum.