CARDIFF International White Water will re-open on Monday (May 3). Cardiff Riding School and the council-operated Channel View Leisure Centre will re-open from Tuesday (May 4) as Coronavirus restrictions ease.
Cardiff International White Water – all activities (including Park & Play and SUP Social sessions) are pre-bookable online via www.ciww.com where you can view live availability and have full control of the time and date you would like to book. If you need to discuss a booking (or have a gift voucher to redeem, email: email@example.com
Channel View Leisure Centre – socially distanced fitness classes and one-hour gym slots at Channel View are bookable a maximum of 7 days in advance by calling 02920 378161. More information at https://www.cf11fitness.co.uk/
Cardiff Riding School – from May 4 the Riding School will be offering ½ hour private lessons and pony rides. All lessons must be pre-booked and pre-paid by calling 02920 383908.
Leisure Centres operated by not-for-profit social enterprise GLL/Better Cardiff are currently open for a range of outdoor fitness activities. Indoor activities including swimming, badminton, squash, fitness classes and gym sessions, will restart from 3rd May. All activities must be pre-booked. For more information visit: https://www.better.org.uk/leisure-centre/cardiff/news/re-opening-of-leisure-facilities-in-cardiff
All facilities operated by the council and GLL/Better Cardiff will have Covid-security measures in place. For full details, please check with individual facilities before visiting.
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