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Leisure Centre to reopen
Following a Blaby District Council meeting on Tuesday 28 July, Enderby Leisure Centre will reopen on Saturday 01 August. See below for details regarding both Enderby and Huncote Leisure Centres.
Enderby Leisure Centre
As mentioned, Enderby will reopen this Saturday (01 August). During the first stage of reopening, only the gyms, group exercise studios and golf facilities will be available. More »
The swimming pool facilities will open on 20 August for bookable lane swimming only, and swim lessons will begin again on 22 August.
All information about Enderby Leisure Centre's reopening, including safety measures and to book classes/swimming will be available on the Everyone Active website below, where you can also find a 25% discount on memberships.
Huncote Leisure Centre
Huncote Leisure Centre will remain closed in the short term only, with the intention of reopening by 1 November.
Both Blaby District Council and Everyone Active hope that the demand for activity will mean the centre will be able to open earlier than this.
All customers will be communicated to directly regarding the reopening of Huncote Leisure Centre.
Please note that all members of Huncote Leisure Centre can use the facilities at Enderby Leisure Centre during this period.
Posted: Thu, 30 Jul 2020 12:05 by Clerk to the Council
The parish council reopened the Critchlow Road play areas and fitness equipment on Friday 24th July for everyone to enjoy.
Reopening the areas meant that new signage has been displayed in all areas which everyone wishing use the equipment MUST comply with. These requirements are quite simple, with people being asked to wipe down surfaces before they touch them, not gather in large groups, maintain social distancing (following the one-way system where signed), no food or drink to be consumed in the play areas and a reminder for everyone to dispose of their rubbish and used face masks/gloves/PPE properly and take it home with them. More »
Sadly, the one-way system for the play equipment isn't being followed. Unless EVERYONE follows the one-way system, we may have to close the play areas again, to keep everyone safe.
We would ask everyone to speak with their children to ensure they understand these simple requests and enable everyone to enjoy the play area facilities. » Less
Posted: Wed, 29 Jul 2020 13:26 by Clerk to the Council