Welwyn Garden City leisure park chief executive to step down
A WGC leisure complex will say goodbye to its chief executive later this month.
Penny Arnold, from Gosling Sports Park, will be leaving the Stanborough Road complex next week, after two-and-a-half years in charge.
Penny will be leaving to join Fusion Lifestyle, based in London, after being headhunted by the company.
“I wasn’t really looking for a job, but it was too good an opportunity,” said Ms Arnold, 39.
“I’ve really enjoyed it here, the people are lovely, and so is WGC. I’ll be very sad to leave.
You may also want to watch:
“Gosling is a unique facility, and there’s been great rewards in seeing the development of the international high performance tennis centre, the Lifestyle facility which was completed on time and in budget and and the variety of clubs all performing so well.”
A new chief executive is yet to be chosen, but Ms Arnold said an announcement was expected in “the next couple of weeks”.
- 1 Murder-suicide investigation in Welwyn Garden City
- 2 Grant Shapps suddenly cancels constituency event amid fuel chaos
- 3 Ed Sheeran announces 2022 stadium tour: How to get tickets
- 4 Councillor disappointed as BioPark appeal confirmed
- 5 Five hospitalised after Hatfield dog attack
- 6 14 of the best places for a curry in Hertfordshire according to readers
- 7 Bridgerton: First look at Kate Sharma in season two of Netflix drama
- 8 Enjoy Sneaky Experience's 'weird and wonderful' nights out at Hatfield House this Halloween
- 9 Welwyn Garden City gym smashes target distance in charity cycle challenge
- 10 University of Hertfordshire paedophile caught with more than 500 child abuse images