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COVID-19

COVID-19 POLICY

Please read the below statement before you book any of our activities:

If you or any member of your household have suspected Covid-19 symptoms – you MUST stay at home in line with government regulations and you must not visit the Centre during the self-isolation period. 

The Centre will be re-openning for the 2021 season on the 2nd of April, we will only be accepting online bookings for the foreseeable future. If you have any queries please email us at watersportscentre@scll.co.uk, please note that we will have a small team throughout this period, so it’s likely that reception will not be manned and therefore we might not be in a position to answer phone calls.

The following measures will be in place until restrictions lift:

  • Social distancing must be maintained at all times and respected
  • Majority of indoor facilities including changing rooms will remain closed – when changing rooms are allowed to open, they will be available for use AFTER your activity. You must still come dressed ready to go out onto the water. We will revisit this on June 21st 2021. 
  • Lockers are not in use, we will provide outdoor storage but items are left at your own risk. 
  • Refreshments – users need to bring their own refreshments, only takeaway ice cream, and hot drinks will be available to purchase. 
  • Pre-booked sessions – To reduce the number of people on site all activities are on a pre-booked basis. 
  • Queuing space will be marked out on the floor outside to the checking in and out zones and to the water

CHANGING FACILITIES 

  • As you will not be able to use the changing rooms, please come to your session pre dressed to avoid queues and crowd gathering. 

WATERSPORTS 

  • Users who choose to visit the Centre in this capacity and/or to go on the water do so at their own risk. 
  • Each and every one of us is responsible for complying with the latest Government regulations
  • Additionally, whilst the Safety team will be on hand for any emergencies this does, of course, puts staff at risk as it is difficult to socially distance when coming to someone’s assistance. Therefore, it is imperative that we all do everything in our power to keep ourselves safe and not put them as well as ourselves at risk.