Leisure centre to reopen from Monday 3 August

31st July 2020, 10:07am | By David |

Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre will be reopening its doors from Monday 3 August following an extended closure period due to COVID-19.

Customers will be initially able to access the gym, swimming and group exercise classes and all sessions will need to be pre-booked to help manage the number of people using the facility at any given time. Swimming lessons are being considered to return in September at the earliest.

Social distancing and increased hygiene measures will be in place throughout the building, with some toilet and changing facilities unavailable for use at this time.

The centre will reopen with temporarily reduced opening hours.

For full information including details on memberships, what’s available and what’s changed, plus booking information please visit www.wiltshire.gov.uk/leisure-covid19

We look forward to welcoming people back into using local leisure centres over the coming weeks.

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