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Updated 7/7/20
Following Scottish Government Guidelines, our outdoor sports facilities will be made available for sports club use from 13 July. Read more here. 
 
We're getting ready to welcome you back! Check out what we have been doing to ensure your safety here
All other venues remain closed at this time in line with Scottish Government Guidelines. Check out our latest news section and FAQs for updates on all our venues and services...read more here!
Polkemmet Driving RangePolkemmet Driving Range will be closed on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th July due to essential maintenance being carried out. There will be no bookings taken at this time.

 

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Did you know if there has been an ‘accident’ in the swimming pool, it can take up to 27 hours for it to be treated?

We understand that ‘accidents’ do happen; loose nappies, being unwell with a cold, flu, diarrhoea or another infectious illness. Swimming on a full stomach is also a bad idea as it can be the cause of cramps causing sickness.

If there has been an ‘accident’ in the swimming pool, the water needs to be treated and filtered so we can make sure it is clean and safe for customers to use. We also need to make sure the water is chemically balanced and warmed up! This affects all swimmers, from Learn 2 Swim lessons, Xcite Aqua and those who are using swimming to train and develop their skills.

We kindly ask all of our customers to take the time to read through our helpful pool guidelines to help us avoid these types of closures.