In line with the Premier’s most recent announcement, Lords will be making the following changes to our services as of Sunday 14 February.
From 8am this Sunday, visitors to the centre will no longer be required to wear masks and member visits will no longer be limited to 60 minutes. Centre capacity will also increase, meaning that group fitness class size restrictions will be lifted.
We are also excited to announce that our social sports competition will resume from Monday 15 February. We are in the process of contacting all teams and there is additional information is available in the FAQs below.
From Sunday 14 February, all members, casual visitors, staff and spectators will still be required to:
adhere to social distancing measures including keeping 1.5 metres distance from others at all times
check-in to the centre upon arrival using the Safe WA app or manual register
stay home if they are experiencing any cold or flu symptoms.
Please note that these changes to restrictions do not come into effect until Sunday 14 February, and anyone who visits the centre on Saturday 13 February will still be required to wear a mask.
Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to seeing your smiling faces again from Sunday!
Frequently asked questions
What changes are coming into effect from Sunday 14 February?
From Sunday 14 February, visitors will no longer be required to wear masks at Lords, and there will no longer be any restrictions on class or program sizes.
Are there any rules that are staying in place?
Yes. Members will still be required to check-in via the SAFE WA app or manual register every time they visit Lords as well as continuing to practise social distancing and effective hygiene practises while they are in the centre.
I chose to suspend my membership following the reopening last week. When will I start getting charged?
If you chose to take up the free suspension, your regular direct debit payment schedule will recommence from 15 February. If you wish to visit the centre on Sunday 14 February, please visit reception when you first arrive.
If you would like to extend your suspension, please note that from Monday 15 February standard suspension terms and conditions will apply, including maximum suspension terms and applicable fees. We do have a medical suspension policy in place.
Who can I email with my membership enquiry?
If you have a memberships question, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Social sports and court use
When is the social sport competition resuming?
Our social sports competition will resume from Monday 15 February 2021.
All teams will have their lockdown week games marked as a bye and the fixtures for next week’s round 12 games are now available on Sportfix.
What does this mean for the rest of the season? What does this mean for finals?
Our sports team is hard at work planning out the rest of the season including fixtures and finals dates. More information will be available in the coming days.
For the week starting 15 February, please access your fixtures for round 12 via Sportfix as per usual.
My team paid for the season in advance. What does this mean for us?
Don’t worry, we have a plan in place for teams who have paid in advance, and rest assured you will not pay for any games that you were unable to play due to the current restrictions. The sports team will contact you over the coming days.
When will court bookings and walk-in court use become available?
Walk-in court use will be available again from Sunday 14 February.
Who can I contact if I have further questions?
If you have any additional questions, please email email@example.com or fill out the enquiry form below and we will do our best to get back to you as quickly as possible.
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