The First Minister has confirmed that Wales will move into alert level 4 restrictions as of midnight on Saturday, 19th December 2020 until further notice. These restrictions will apply to all of Wales
What does this mean to Actif Leisure Centres?
- All Leisure centres will be closed from 20 December until further notice (subject to Welsh Government 3-week review)
- All Direct Debit Memberships will be frozen and no collection will be made for the month of January. The days not used due to closure from 20-31 Dec (12 days) will be added onto your membership when we reopen, you, therefore, do not need to do anything with your membership.
- All frozen accounts will remain frozen, be assured you do not need to do anything to your account.
- All Annual memberships (365, annual swimming membership) and Standard / Super Saver cards will be extended taking into account the time lost as a result of closure.
- Anyone who has paid for activities or made hire bookings from 20 December onwards will be credited accordingly.
- A reopening date will be announced once we know more, this will be set in line with Welsh Government announcements and guidelines.
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