Things are certainly starting to look more positive as restrictions lift, the weather improves and vaccinations roll out across the UK.
And although the most recent government announcements weren’t exactly the fully fledged freedom we’d been hoping for, things are definitely starting to return to some form of normality.
We are happy to accommodate groups of more than six now, we just ask people to be sensible.
We want to make sure we’re doing our bit as the country gets back to normal, so in line with the most recent guidelines and the government’s advice to continue wearing masks now they are optional, we’ll be recommending our Users wear a mask or visor in the Centre if they are able to do so, while Covid cases remain high across the country. Of course, this is now entirely up to individuals.
However, we will be asking our Staff to continue wearing a mask or visor while on duty in the Centre.
We will be also be keeping social distancing measures and hand sanitising around for a little while longer yet, while we wait for infection rates to fall and it’s a little safer for us all.
We are also pleased to announce that classes at the centre are now back. Do join us and see the changes we have introduced.
We are opening the bar on Mondays 7-10pm, on Wednesday evenings when there is cricket from 6-9pm and during Fridays 6-9pm and Saturdays 6-9pm. So come and meet friends as soon as you feel comfortable.
When the weather is sunny, new gazebos will be placed on the terrace to allow a pleasant evening drink with the family, whilst the children play on the field.
A bit about our beginnings: The 6 acres or so of land were acquired for the village in 1951, and currently comprise three tennis courts, a children’s playground, car park with a garage and a score board, and a cricket and football pitches. The main building, the Bubwith Sports and Leisure Centre, was built around 1990 and is the focus of many of our activities.