Alive West Norfolk leisure centres are to re-open next week, it has been announced today.
After a four-month closure, swimming pools and gyms and gym sessions will re-open on Saturday, July 25 and will need to be booked in advance, so staff can control capacity to allow social distancing.
Members can book online up to seven days in advance of opening and anyone without access to the internet can book over the phone from Saturday, July 25.
From Monday, July 27, a reduced fitness classes timetable is set to begin which will be reviewed daily. Spaces can be booked online up to seven days in advance.
Alive staff will be contacting members to give an update on new safety procedures which have been put in place. These include arriving at the leisure centre changed and ready to exercise, social distancing rules, hygiene and sanitisation requirements.
Neil Gromett, managing director of Alive West Norfolk, said: “We are delighted to be able to open our centres once again and welcome back our loyal customers. Whilst we cannot re-open fully, we are working within the government guidelines and will issue further updates when other activities can resume. We thank all our customers for their patience and ask that they continue to support us whilst we all work together in the new normal.”
Memberships will commence from Saturday, July 25 and fees will be collected from Saturday, August 1. Annual or paid in full memberships will be extended by the duration Alive has been closed. Email membership queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more general details visit alivewestnorfolk.co.uk/reopening-after-lockdown.