As of Monday 14 September, it will be mandatory to wear face coverings in all our Actif leisure centres.
You will need to wear a face covering when…
- Entering our Leisure centres and while inside the centres. Depending on what you are doing within the centre you may be expected to leave it on.
- Preparing to exercise, changing, undertaking any activity that isn’t strenuous, or on leaving the leisure centre, especially when in close contact with others.
Please make sure that the face-covering covers your nose and mouth at all times
You will not be expected to wear a face covering whilst exercising e.g.
- Whilst swimming
- Whilst taking part in a fitness class
- When attending a gym session. In the gym, we will not be asking customers to wear face coverings during exercise, and it will not be compulsory to wear face coverings to get from one station/piece of equipment to the next.
There will be certain situations and activities where staff will not be required to wear a face-covering for overriding safety and practicality reasons e.g. whilst lifeguarding.
We continue to ask staff and customers to adhere to the social distancing guidelines when visiting/working in our centres.
Thank you for your cooperation, this helps us ensure the safety of our staff and customers
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