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on Sunday, 05 July 2020.

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Glasgow gyms, pools, museums and the reopening dates you need to know

on Saturday, 04 July 2020.

The brand new timetable published today sets out the planned schedule for restarting public leisure facilities across the city.

Glasgow leisure chiefs have unveiled their planned timetable for reopening some of the city's gyms, museums libraries and pools.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow Green Football Centre and fitness studios at the Emirates Arena are among scheduled to welcome back visitors next month.

 

And it's hoped that pools at Tollcross International Swimming Centre and Glasgow Club Gorbals will reopen in September.

Most of the facilities with planned dates will operate at reduced capacity.

https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/glasgow-gyms-pools-museums-reopening-18533956?fbclid=IwAR2ogLtzTLrQqJ2dImWuM05nXAFjtgg5YKk5phkFEG90lCHgn8XBDwB7MsM

 

Welsh elite swimmers 'like kids at Disneyland' as they return to the pool

on Saturday, 04 July 2020.

Facilities such as the Cardiff International Pool cost £50,000 a month 'just to turn the lights and heating on', according to Swim Wales chief executive Fergus Feeney

Swim Wales chief executive Fergus Feeney says his elite swimmers were "like kids at Disneyland" as they returned to pool training this week.

Indoor facilities have been closed since March amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Neither the UK nor Welsh governments have yet to allow pools to reopen for general public use, despite lockdown restrictions being eased for other sports.

"It's been more than 100 days without pools," Feeney told BBC Sport Wales

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/swimming/53265062?fbclid=IwAR0vBc9Ch5YIMWZxB3prhs-_hk0USygioseIeOhsPAWJaMKkM72qzAEARyM