It's fair to say the name CentrePoint Sports and Leisure Centre doesn't exactly roll off the tongue.
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Nor does it state where the centre actually is.
That question is just one in a community survey recently launched by the YMCA NSW (The Y) as they prepare to take over the day-to-day operation of the centre.
The options for a new name include:
The survey also asks questions for current, past and non-users as to why they do or don't use the centre, and what they would like to see become available once The Y takes over operation in September.
The Y Area Manager Shane Simmons met with centre users last week and said the survey would help maximise the potential of the centre.
"We are committed to delivering the programs and services this community wants and needs," he said.
"We have had more than 120 responses already, and we invite as many people as we can to provide a view on program enhancements and operational changes."
The online version of the survey can be found here.
20 new jobs are also being created.
Ninety per cent of the staff currently at CentrePoint have been offered jobs with the YMCA, and there are one or two roles still available.
A spokesperson for the Y said that they were currently undergoing interviews for the three management positions on offer.
The successful applicants will be able to hit the ball rolling when The Y begins operating the centre in September.
Area manager Shane Simmons said the programs on offer across all YMCA operated centres are a reflection of the communities needs, and Blayney's residents are encouraged to get actively involved not just in being physically active, but also in helping design locally relevant programs.
"We will continue to review feedback and report back to the community on what they can expect in the coming months," he said.
There are still some cleaning jobs available and applications can be made at https://jobs.ymcansw.org.au/
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