Leisure centres in Leamington, Warwick, Kenilworth and will re-open next month
Leisure centre operator Everyone Active has announced the re-opening of its sites in Leamington, Kenilworth, Warwick and Southam.
Since February’s 'Roadmap' announcement by Boris Johnson, Everyone Active which operates the centres at Newbold Comyn, St Nicholas Park, Abbey Fields and Castle Farm has been revisiting its social distancing, cleaning and hygiene protocols to ensure a 'Covid-safe' reopening of the facilities.
The lifting of restrictions will initially allow for the recommencement of indoor sports for individuals, households and under-18’s including swimming, racket sports and gym sessions.
Warwick District Council’s portfolio holder for neighbourhood services, Councillor Alan Rhead said: “We know how important our Leisure Centres are to the local community not only in terms of exercise and physical activity, but for mental health too.
"We’ve therefore been busy behind the scenes at our centres in Warwick, Leamington and Kenilworth, so that we can welcome customers back on 12 April with their health and safety remaining our top priority.”
Everyone Active’s Contract Manager, Gareth Wagg said: “We are really looking forward to reopening the centres following the third lockdown.
"They have been closed since the start of 2021, so our colleagues are very keen and enthusiastic to get back to it! Leisure facilities play a critical role in keeping people active, leading to better overall physical and mental health across the nation.
"We’re passionate about what we do, so we’re excited to welcome our customers back to the activities they love.
"Our teams continue to work hard to ensure our centres remain Covid-secure for everyone.
"It’s our number one priority and we have very strict measures in place to ensure the safety of both customers and colleagues.”
For further information on opening times and bookings visit www.everyoneactive.com