Monday, 2nd November 2020
Complying with the latest regulations and to protect public safety, Pendle Leisure Trust has no other option but to close all its centres - Pendle Wavelengths, Nelson; Inside Spa, Nelson; Pendle Leisure Centre, Colne; West Craven Sports Centre, Barnoldswick; Seedhill Athletics & Fitness Centre, Nelson; The Muni Theatre, Colne and The ACE Centre, Nelson will remain closed as it has done for the last seven months.
The Trust’s community projects - The Good Life Project at Hodge House Allotments in Nelson and the Up & Active programmes - will also be closed.
Pendle Leisure Trust’s normal terms and conditions will not apply during this period of closure. There is no need to cancel your membership. It will be automatically frozen and extended to compensate for this period of closure. Pre-paid swimming lessons will be carried forward to when we reopen.
All members will still be able to access online fitness classes via the Activo Facebook group and the expiry date for all Inside Spa gift vouchers will be extended.
The Trust's resident physiotherapist, Gemma Smith, will be continuing to operate for members and customers. Contact her on 07490127760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Pendle Leisure Trust's Chief Executive, Alison Goode, said: “We have been operating with extra health and safety measures in place since the end of July and we were hoping things would only improve. So this is a bombshell we did not need. But we have no other alternative, but to comply with the Government’s rules. We can only hope the lockdown does not last any longer than is absolutely necessary.
“As always, we have to put the safety and well-being of our loyal and active customers first and it’s vital that our staff are protected too. We will continue to follow Government guidance and once it is safe to re-open our doors we look forward to welcoming people back to enjoy our services and activities.
“In the meantime, we wish to thank all our customers for their continued support and ask people to please bear with us during this challenging period.”