Leisure Benefits are a Partnership value and all Partners, regardless of where they work in the business, should receive an equal level of opportunity. From the Constitution of The John Lewis Partnership: 73. The Partnership provides amenities that it believes will be welcome to individual Partners and will promote happiness, a sense of community and the Partnership's reputation. 74. In its expenditure on amenities, the Partnership will not confine itself to things which can be provided inexpensively but will be open-minded and ready to provide things that may offer exceptional opportunities for only a minority of Partners. The Partnership makes funds available to subsidies and facilitates activity that will be of value and interest to Partner’s within branches. The branch budget should not be used to purchase TV's, fridges, scratch cards etc. In addition to this handbook, you have on hand the expertise of your Regional Leisure Benefits Manager and Leisure Benefits Office (all contact details are listed in this guide). The Leisure Service works across all divisions and is structured in two ways depending on the size of each branch.