Lords closure

Lords closure

23 April 21

Following the State Government's lockdown announcement on Friday and additional post-lockdown directions on Monday afternoon, Lords will remain closed for the next four days until the second phase of restrictions are lifted.

There will be no access to the centre during this period and all programs, court bookings, classes and sports competitions have been cancelled.

For more information, please read through the frequently asked questions below. If you have any further questions, please use the contact form below or email lords@subiaco.wa.gov.au and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
 
Thank you for your understanding and patience at this time. Stay safe and healthy and we look forward to seeing you back at Lords soon.

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 Frequently asked questions

Why is Lords closed?

On Friday 23 April the State Government announced a three day total lockdown across the Perth metro area. This includes the closure of all gyms and indoor sports centres to stop the potential spread of COVID 19.

On Monday 26 April, the State Government released a series of post-lockdown restrictions that required all indoor fitness facilities to remain closed for an additional four days. The restrictions allow for indoor sports centres to open however the limit of 20 people is not viable for Lords.

In line with these requirements, Lords is currently closed. This means that the gym, group fitness classes, community fitness classes, sports competition, court hire and all other Lords programs and facilities will be unavailable during the closure.


When will Lords reopen?

At this stage, it is anticipated that Lords will reopen at 7am on Saturday 1 May, however this is subject to change as the situation develops. Lords will provide regular updates via our website and on social media.
 

What is reopening on Tuesday 27 April?
City of Subiaco community facilities such as community centres can reopen on Tuesday 27 April, however all hirers must wear masks at all times, abide by the 4 square metre per person rule, and have a maximum total capacity of 20 people. Please note that the City's age-friendly community fitness classes will not be resuming during this phase of reopening.

All City playgrounds, skate parks and outdoor sporting facilities can also reopen from Tuesday 27 April, but are subject to additional restrictions including mask requirements. You can find out more on the State Government’s website.


Where can I find out more information about the temporary closure?

For the latest information, please visit our Facebook page and subscribe to our e-newsletter. For specific enquiries, please email lords@subiaco.wa.gov.au


What will happen to my upfront membership?

Your upfront membership has been suspended free of charge and expiry dates will be extended to take the closure period into account.


What will happen to my direct debit payments?

All direct debits memberships have been suspended free of charge and will remain suspended until Lords reopens. Scheduled payment amounts will be adjusted to take the closure period into account.


Can I get a cancel or get a refund for my membership?

If you would like to cancel your direct debit membership or cancel and request a refund for your upfront membership, please email memberships@subiaco.wa.gov.au


Can I get a refund for my court or community facility booking?

Yes. We are contacting all hirers to cancel or move all bookings for the temporary closure period and refunds will be processed.


Are sports competitions still running?

Our social sports competition will not be running for the week of 26 to 29 April 2021.


Can I get a refund for my court or community facility booking?

Yes. We are contacting all hirers to cancel or move all bookings for the temporary closure period and refunds will be processed.


How can I continue to exercise while Lords is temporarily closed?

Keep an eye out on social media for workout tips and suggestions during the temporary closure.
 


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