We had hoped to be in a position to update you with clearer,
more definite information following the closure of Free Weights
areas and gym changing rooms before now. The procedures involved in
checking areas are longer than anticipated. We aim to issue
regular weekly updates from this point forwards. The position at
Changing Rooms, Sauna and Steam
We are pleased to confirm that the asbestos risk in the area
affecting the changing rooms has now been addressed and
However, as the water systems have been unused for an extended
period these need to be cleaned to eliminate any bacteria build
This process may take several weeks, we will keep you updated
and advise when these rooms can be reopened.
Gym Water Fountains
As the water fountains may be connected to the water systems
that require water dispensers have now been provided for use whilst
the fountains are out of action cleaning, we need to discontinue
use of the fountains until this has been fully investigated.
Closed Areas of the Gym
Please be assured that reopening the areas previously known as
"Reflextions" and reinstating the Free Weights equipment currently
inaccessible is a high priority.
We will update you when we have more information on this.
Why can't the equipment from the closed areas be placed
in the gym?
Safe access to these areas is very limited and many of the
machines are too big to fit through the available access routes,
even if the equipment is dismantled.
However, we have managed to retrieve a squat rack and are
working to have this installed in the gym as quickly as
Feedback can be submitted on the
iPads at main and gym reception areas,
alternatively by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The safety of our staff and customers,
as always, is our priority
and we thank you for your continued
Rotary Conference Thursday 11th to
Sunday 14th October
The Rotary 1110 Conference will be held in Queens and Gloucester
Halls and surrounding areas from Thursday 11th to Sunday 14th
October 2018. Nearly 700 delegates will attend the
conference, which will include daytime sessions, evening functions,
and spouse programmes. The economic benefit to the Island of
a conference of this size and type is considerable in terms of
delegate spend in hotels, restaurants, spouse programmes and retail
Disruption to the Active class programme during the conference
is inevitable, but has been kept to a minimum. Please check
notice boards for up-to-date information.
Cark park closures during the conference
Level 15 of the Fort Regent car park will be closed to our
general customers during the Rotary 1110 Conference as
Customers are advised to remove their cars from level 15
to avoid a fine being issued by 9pm on Thursday
Level 15 will be closed from 6.30am on Friday 12th until 2pm on
Sunday 14th October.
Please note - level 14 will consist of two-way traffic
flow. Parking control officers will be on duty
throughout. If level 14 is full customers can continue down
through the Fort Regent levels to Pier Road car park.