Reopening date announced for Nuneaton leisure centres
Published on Thursday, 29th October 2020
Local centres Jubilee Sports Centre and Etone Sports Centre in Nuneaton are all set to fully reopen from 1 November.
Everyone Active, which manages the centres in partnership with Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, announced the reopening of Jubilee Sports Centre facilities including gym sessions, sports hall bookings and outdoor pitch bookings. This follows the successful reopening of the centres group exercise classes in July.
Etone Sports Centre will also reopen facilities from 1 November, including the sports hall bookings, outdoor pitch bookings and squash bookings for the local community, following an initial phase of re-opening in September.
All activities will need to be pre-booked through an online booking facility here.
This is the latest stage of the steady and phased approach to reopening, which ensures the safety of all customers and colleagues as well as consideration for local resident’s health and well-being.
Joe Warren, Everyone Active’s contract manager, said:
“We’re delighted to fully reopen the doors to the local community at all our centres in Nuneaton and Bedworth. We’ve received a fantastic response from our members following the initial reopening’s in July, and we’re pleased to now welcome back members at Etone Sports Centre and Jubilee Sports Centre.
“Everyone Active continues to adhere to the latest Government guidance to ensure the safe return of our members, and as part of the leisure industry, we will continue to support the local communities.
“As we reopen our facilities, we’re giving members the opportunity to resume activity and exercise in their local leisure centre, which will go a long way to helping individuals maintain good health.”
Cllr Ian Lloyd, Portfolio holder for Arts and Leisure at Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council added:
“It is great news that these centres are opening again for the safe, appropriate use of local people. It has proved very important that we take this phased approach to re-opening our centres in light of the need to ensure we do as much as we can to protect people from the Covid19 virus. We hope people will take the chance to enjoy these facilities with the right measures in place.”
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