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Gordon Brittas is a Leisure Centre manager with a dream. Due to the unexplained collapse of his last Leisure Centre during his time in temporary charge, he was given a glowing reference and 'encouraged' to take up a managerial position at Whitbury Newtown Leisure Centre. His 'loyal' staff have stories of their own, like Carole Parkinson, the receptionist, whose husband has left her, forcing her to keep her baby in the drawer under her desk. Also Tim Whistler and Gavin Featherly, the fitness instructors whose relationship Brittas always seems to be oblivious to. Julie Porter, Brittas' secretary, is always 'too busy' to do anything for him, and constantly looking for chances to show him up. Linda Perkin, the ever-ready staff member who always believes what Brittas says is best. Laura Lancing, Brittas' hard-working deputy manager is in and out of relationships with her estranged husband, Michael T. Farrell. Finally, Colin Weatherby, Brittas' deputy manager is keen and devoted to anything Brittas says is best, but isn't the cleanest or healthiest of people and always has a bandage over the wound on his hand. Whatever chaotic incidents occur, Brittas and his staff emerge unscathed, from ceiling collapses, rooms full of ice, other world invaders, tropical spiders and propane gas explosions.
Gordon Brittas is the energetic young manager of a leisure centre. Gordon Brittas is a man with a mission, a man with a dream. Gordon Brittas is dead! But everyone is taking the news rather well, and the public are flocking to use the amenities.
Leisure centre manager Gordon Brittas is a shocked man. He has found an item of ladies' foundation wear behind his office sofa, put two and two together and determined to catch the offenders. Carole the homeless receptionist is pregnant again, with only dim memories of a leopard skin suit on New Year's Eve. She is keeping her first child in a drawer under the reception desk and now sets up home in a store cupboard.
The local authority is becoming increasingly concerned by the falling attendances at Whitbury leisure centre. An inspector is dispatched, sending Brittas into overdrive mobilising his staff to get the place clean.
Brittas decides his leisure centre has "sick building syndrome", and looks for a cure.
Brittas has organised a concert recital to attract new clientele.
Brittas closes the leisure centre in order to train his staff how to cope with emergencies, be they "fires, earth tremors, outbreaks of contagious diseases in the toilets, poisonous gases or chemical spillages". Unfortunately, the staff don't take the exercise seriously. Meanwhile Helen Brittas is trying to cope with life without the aid of tranquilisers.
Brittas tries to track down the father of Carole's baby from among the staff.
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