As Wales continues in lockdown (alert level 4), we know that our Actif leisure centres will remain closed until 29 January (subject to change, depending on the next Welsh Government announcement). This will inevitably mean that our plans to restart our swimming lessons will be delayed.
However, our priority when we are allowed to re-open our centres will be to restart the swimming lessons.
We do not have a confirmed return date at present, but work is continuing behind the scenes to ensure that the learn to swim programme re-starts in a way that follows the latest guidance and is safe for both customers and staff.
Our team of swimming teachers are ready and have already received additional training around the new COVID secure practices.
When we are ready to welcome you back you will notice some changes, which will include
- the introduction of safe social distancing measures
- smaller classes
- timing of lessons and
- new changing room procedures
To help us plan and prepare for your child/children's return to our learn to swim programme we would be extremely grateful if you could spend a short time completing the following questionnaire which asks you if you intend on returning to the lessons along with your preferred day and times.
Thank you in advance.
We look forward to welcoming you and your family back as soon as it's safe to do so.
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