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LATEST GUIDANCE ON COVID 19 - 23.03.20

Hi Everyone

Just so everybody is aware all of our Tennis Courts remain OPEN

All sessions both Adult and Junior remain on apart from Brian Lee's Saturday Session 11am - 12 Noon. I feel currently we are safe to do this due to the lower numbers attending.

The clubhouse though is now closed apart from if members need to turn the floodlights on, use the toilets or place your renewal form in the head coach box. Please make sure only 1 person enters the clubhouse at a time.

Please make sure you book your courts online using your computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.


As this is a rapidly evolving issue, please see the latest advice and guidance from the LTA on Covid - 19.

The guidance below reflects updated advice following the government's announcement on Friday 20th March.

We all know tennis is a unique sport which has many benefits - the main one being health and well being. While the LTA has suspended its organised activity, the government has currently indicated that physical exercise (including grass roots coaching) that takes place at a safe distance from others in safe exercise environments is something that can continue at this time.

The department of culture, Media & Sport has specifically advised us that tennis is one of the best examples of social distancing in practice, and so should be encouraged as long as quidance permits.

Notice for Players

All on court activity should only take place when travel to and from the courts can be done in a way compliant with social distancing advice, with players not travelling together unless they are part of a group residing in the same place.

Activity should be in line with the Government's advised social distancing measures at all time (Public Health England as spending no more than 15 minutes and not within a 2 metre distance talking to someone), including when arriving to and departing a court.

Players will be able to play singles and doubles

Players are advised not to change ends during play

Ensure no physical contact between players during warm-ups or games and no shaking hands at the end of your game.

Washing Hands

Adopting best practice in relation to hygiene, especially before and after training sessions, including but not limited to:

Players should wash hands before and after a tennis session without exception (or use an alcohol gel if washing hands is not possible)


Finally, can all parents of juniors, please speak to their children about the above and stress how important it is that they need to adhere to these rules.

Stay safe everyone

Andrew

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