Cirencester Tennis Club guidelines (revised 4th Jan 2021*)
As of Tuesday January 5th, the club is closed until further notice
Tier 4 restrictions (when we are able to open)
Pre attendance symptom check
Anyone attending a venue (including players, coaches, staff and any other visitors), should undergo a pre-attendance self-assessment for any COVID19 symptoms using the information on the NHS website before leaving home. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/
No-one should leave home to participate in tennis if they, or someone they live with, has symptoms of COVID -19, currently recognised as any of the following: – A high tempera-ture – A new, continuous cough – A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste.
Should an individual have demonstrated any such symptoms, they must follow the Gov-ernments’ ‘test and trace’ guidelines which can be found on the Gov.UK website.
If anyone who has played at the club develops Covid 19 symptoms or is tested positive, please inform the club immediately by emailing email@example.com
If anyone develops symptoms of Covid-19 please follow the Government’s ‘test and trace’ guidelines, which can be found at www.gov-uk.
If you are required to self-isolate for any reason then you should also not exercise out-side your own home or garden and should not exercise with others. This includes if you have been asked to isolate by NHS Test and Trace because you are a close contact of a known COVID-19 case, or if you have returned from a travel destination not included on the Government’s travel corridor list Coronavirus (COVID-19): travel corridors In all of these instances, you should not leave your home to play tennis.
– If you are in a clinically vulnerable group (e.g. over 70) you can play tennis but should be especially careful and diligent about social distancing and hand hygiene. Who’s at higher risk from coronavirus (COVID-19)
We need to remind you that undertaking any activity, including tennis, has the potential for increased risk of transmission of COVID-19, and we advise attendees to read the Government’s guidance on staying safe outside your home
To support NHS Test and Trace, we have to keep a temporary record of all those on site for 21 days, so it is vital that you book the courts via Clubspark and don’t just turn up to play and make sure you sign in when attending club sessions.
*Only members/visitors living locally in Tier 4 can access the club
*Only singles is permitted unless all players are from the same house-hold/bubble in which case doubles can be played. Players should not interact with anyone outside of the group they are attending the venue with (eg players on another court).
There will be no group sessions.
Before you come please book a court online – do not just turn up.
Please take extra care if stray balls from adjacent courts come across onto your court and use your feet or racket to send them back.
Please sweep the courts and use the line flickers but ensure you use the hand sanitiser provided beforehand.
Please use hand sanitiser, preferably your own, on entering the club. Please bring your own water if possible.
The clubhouse is only to be used for access to the lights, first aid kit, defibrillator and visitor’s book/fee box. Please do not use the kitchen facilities. Only one person to be in the clubhouse at a time. Do not congregate on patio but go straight onto court.
We have an outside tap if you need drinking water but better to bring your own.
Players do not need to bring their own marked balls however if using shared balls take extra care not to touch your face and use sanitiser before and after play.
During play please do not shake hands and you may want to avoid changing ends.
Please use hand sanitiser BEFORE entering the toilet. Wash hands as normal after.
The net heights are fixed, there’s no need to adjust.
Lights can now be used. Tokens are available from the usual place-DJ Sports
Please take your rubbish home.
We are only using the main access gate, the front gate to Court 1 and the side gate to court 5. Please leave the gates open where possible unless you are the last to leave the premises in which case lock the main access gate.
The normal visitor policy, where members can sign in a visitor up to three times a year, is resumed. Please ensure you sign them in the visitor’s book in the clubhouse and put £4 (£2 for juniors) in the visitors fee box.
One to One coaching is permitted. There will be no adult group coaching or drills. For the Junior programme only attend if living locally in Tier 4.
*No spectating allowed with exception of one adult/guardian per child.