Reopening of Gyms
Sports & Wellbeing Guidance
We ask that you follow the below guidance when using the Club’s sports and treatment facilities, to keep both members and staff safe:
- Where possible, arrive ‘activity ready’ to reduce the amount of time required within changing rooms. Changing Rooms and showers can be used but will have limited capacity and they are likely to require a wait.
- Please completely vacate your changing station after changing before and after exercising, do not leave any bags, clothes or other belongings there.
- Face coverings are to be worn in public spaces throughout Sports. This includes in the Gym, unless exercising vigorously, and in the Changing Rooms, except whilst showering. This conforms to the 1m+ standard as adequate social distancing.
- We have increased the frequency of cleaning for high-touch areas and have put certain restrictions in place in order to keep you safe. Please help us by following the signage and guidance from members of the Sports and Treatments Teams.
- Members Guests are not permitted until Monday 3 May.
Cancellation and No-Show Fee
A fee will be implemented for no-shows and cancellations giving less than 24 hours’ notice: £10.00 at Cedars Sports and £20.00 at Pall Mall.
The demand will be high from fellow members so we ask that reasonable notice given if you are unable to make a booked session. Please email the relevant Reception in this case.
Due to expected high demand, there is a maximum of 3 bookings per person, per activity in a single 7 day period (Mon to Sun). This will be reviewed regularly and relaxed where possible. Thank you for your understanding.
Vulnerable Person Gym Sessions
Pall Mall: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.30am-12 noon
Woodcote Park: Daily, 9.30-10.45am
A vulnerable person is someone who:
- is 70 or older
- has a lung condition that is not severe (such as asthma, COPD, emphysema or bronchitis)
- has heart disease (such as heart failure)
- has diabetes
- has chronic kidney disease
- has liver disease (such as hepatitis)
- has a condition affecting the brain or nerves (such as Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis or cerebral palsy)
- has a condition that means they have a high risk of getting infections
- is taking medicine that can affect the immune system (such as low doses of steroids)
- is pregnant