Level 3 Guidance Update for Leisure & Culture Dundee

Level 3 Guidance Update for Leisure & Culture Dundee

As Dundee will be placed in Level 3 of the Scottish Government's new Covid-19 protection guidance from Monday 2 November, all Leisure Active gym classes will be suspended from then until further notice, including Aquafit.

Similarly, group sport for over 18s is not possible indoors and so sports hall bookings and other group activities will only be available for under 18s at all our indoor venues.

All our gyms and pools that are currently open, will remain open throughout this period. However, we understand that keeping schools open for the safe education of young people is a priority. Under the Level 3 restrictions, schools remain open with enhanced protective measures in place. In order to support this, and in discussion with Dundee City Council, we have taken the decision to delay the opening of Swim & Sports Centres at Grove Academy, Harris Academy and St Paul's RC Academy.

As Visitor Attractions are allowed to remain open with protective measures in place, The McManus: Dundee's Art Gallery & Museum will be open 7 days from Monday 2 November.

We are working hard to confirm the restart of as many of our Sport Centre term time classes as soon as possible, such as Urban Moves Dance, Football and Tennis. Our programme coordinators will be in touch with participants to confirm details shortly.

We also intend to further enhance other offerings available during this time, such as online alternatives for fitness classes. In the meantime, there are over 200+ On Demand fitness classes available on our Leisureactive App, Facebook page and YouTube channel.

For our latest reopening information, visit www.leisureandculturedundee.com/reopening

Please note that opening times may change at short notice in line with Government guidance. We thank you for your continued patience and support.

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