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Fusion Lifestyle and the City of London Corporation have given the greenlight for tennis to restart at Golden Lane Sport & Fitness. The centre will be operating in line with the latest government guidelines and those planning to visit will be required to book and pay online, minimising...

Fusion Lifestyle and the City of London Corporation have given the greenlight for tennis to restart at Golden Lane Sport & Fitness.

The centre will be operating in line with the latest government guidelines and those planning to visit will be required to book and pay online, minimising contact required at the centre and allowing for the track and trace process to be implemented. Centre users will be asked to arrive ready to exercise.

These measures, combined with meticulous cleaning routines, are designed to keep customers safe and offer complete confidence to use the facilities and classes.

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Anthony Cawley, Director of Operations at Fusion said: “We know how important our leisure facilities for the health and wellbeing of the local community so we’ll be doing our best to offer the choice of as many outdoor options as we can while we are waiting to open more facilities.”

Chairman of the City of London Corporation’s Community and Children Services Committee, Randall Anderson, added: “We’re delighted that our leisure facilities will be starting to reopen in March with outdoor activities leading the way.

“The safety of staff and visitors is paramount, and we look forward to helping our communities get active in more ways throughout the year.”

Bookings can be made up to seven days in advance, via download of the Fusion Lifestyle app, or visit fusion-lifestyle.com to register and use the booking facility.

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