Swimming Pool Closure
Irlam & Cadishead Leisure Centre is closing its pools from Monday 12 November until Friday 14 December (inclusive). The pools will re-open on Saturday 15 December. The gym, squash court and sports hall will all remain open and fitness classes will continue as normal.
The pool closures are to accommodate new boilers being fitted which will help the leisure centre improve efficiencies and better regulate the pool water temperature throughout the year.
Mark Chew, Director of Leisure at Salford Community Leisure, said: “We’re committed to a continually rolling programme of improvement across our facilities. We understand the pool closures will be inconvenient for some of our customers, and we apologise for this, but we have a number of options in place to reduce this during the closure. Please check our website for full details www.salfordcommunityleisure.co.uk’.
All adult’s and children’s swimming lessons will be relocated during the pool closure. Lessons Monday to Friday will take place at Eccles Leisure Centre at the same times. Saturday or Sunday lessons will be delivered at Clarendon Leisure Centre at the same times.
Customers who are unable to attend these different leisure centres have the option to freeze swimming lessons for this period. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Those who pay by direct debit will not make a payment on either 15th November or 1st December, depending on the collection date. Those who pay by a block of 10 lessons, will have these missed lessons rolled over to their next block.
Aspire members will be able to use any of the other leisure centres operated by Salford Community Leisure and members wanting to freeze their membership can do so free of charge during the closure period by emailing email@example.com before 21st October.
Members who freeze and pay via Direct Debit won’t make a payment on either 15 November or 1 December, depending on their collection date. For those with an annual membership, the freeze period will be added on to the end of their membership.
If members don’t get in touch with Salford Community Leisure, then their membership will continue as normal.
Any members with an Over 60s Swim Pass will have their passes automatically frozen, unless they inform Salford Community Leisure that they would like to continue using our other centres during the closure.
Posted on: 22nd October 2018