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Leisure centres re-opening information - 12 April 2021

Crystal, Dudley, Halesowen leisure centres, the Dell Stadium and Coseley Sports Centre (outdoor facilities only) are now open for selected activities.

Further details regarding activities, FAQs, memberships and other useful information are now available.

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How long can I use the pool for?

Sessions are 60 minutes long with the pool closed for a 30-minute clean down between each session. Lane swimming is pre-bookable online for members or by phone for non-members. For rules on using the pool please click here. Please note-lane swimming is for competent swimmers only.

When will the leisure pool re-open?

The leisure pool will remain closed and only re-open in accordance with the government guidelines. At present it is advised that no slides or water features can be used. As the guidance eases, we will look to re-open the leisure pool.

Why is the 25m pool and wet side changing rooms at Crystal Leisure Centre closed?

Crystal leisure centres changing rooms are being redeveloped and both pools are having some maintenance work completed. They are currently closed for this work and are due to re-open towards the end of July 2021 at the earliest. This may be subject to change.

 

When will swimming lessons and other sports courses recommence?

Swimming lessons at Halesowen Leisure Centre will re-commence on Saturday 24 April 2021. Parents will be contacted directly by the centre if a place is available for your child/children.

Swimming lessons at Crystal and Dudley leisure centre are currently under review but we are hoping to restart these as soon as we can.

Any credits for missed sessions will go forward to the next course dates.

Are you running the free swimming scheme?

The free swimming scheme will not take place until further notice due to the centres operating reduced capacities in order to maintain social distancing.