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UPDATE April 29 Phased re-opening of leisure facilities 

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s leisure centres will reopen to the public on Friday 30th April 2021.

Swimming pools will open in the interim for lane swimming only, with ‘quick change zones’ available in our changing rooms following your swim.

Gym facilities in all six centres will also re-open on April 30th while classes remain on hold until further notice in accordance with current restrictions.

Advance pre-booking will be required for swimming and gym use, and this can be done via the free CCG Leisure app, online or via telephone to each site.

For more information about bookings please check your local centre’s Facebook page or the CCG Leisure app.

We would encourage all our users to download the app to their phone by searching for CCG Leisure in their app store. It contains a wealth of information and allows you to make bookings, view timetables, see revised opening hours and hear the latest news from your chosen centre.

If you prefer to book online click here 

Prior to attending we would ask you to read through the COVID-19 guidance on our App and on our website at https://www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/see-do/leisure-centres

You will find lots of key information about what your visit will be like under the current restrictions.

We want to thank everyone for their ongoing co-operation at this time.

 

If you have any queries, please use the relevant contact details below:

Coleraine Leisure Centre and Jim Watt Sports Centre

Email: clcreception@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Ring: 028 7034 7202

 

Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre and Sheskburn Recreation Centre

Email: JDLC.Reception@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Ring: 028 2766 0260

 

Roe Valley Leisure Centre and Dungiven Sports Centre

Email: rvlc.information@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk

Ring: 028 7776 4009

 

Arts Centres and Museums.

Flowerfield Arts Centre and Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre remain closed.

Both venues will continue to maintain online engagement programmes and outdoor activities through their ARTbeat initiative.  Visit www.flowerfield.org or www.roevalleyarts.com and their associated social media pages to keep up to date and join in.

All museum facilities are closed. However, you can follow behind-the-scenes work on our collections and make use of the family history resources as well as search the collections and our online history publications via www.niarchive.org and relevant social media pages.

Benone and Ballyreagh Golf Courses

Golf courses at Ballyreagh and Benone will re-open  from Thursday 1st April 2021 following the Northern Ireland Executive's decision to ease restrictions on golf.

As per Government Guidance and governing body recommendations, the courses will open initially to members only (season ticket holders).  Appropriate social distancing and hygiene measures along with amended booking and access arrangements have been put in place to ensure user safety at both locations.

No access will be permitted to the club shop at Ballyreagh, or the on-site toilets at either course.  Users are encouraged to arrive at the course promptly with their own equipment for their pre-booked tee time. To book a tee time for Ballyreagh ring 028 708 22028 or 028 777 50555 for Benone.

The opening arrangements at both courses will be continually reviewed and where feasible Council will apply the guidance set out by the NI Executive in relation to any further easing of restrictions on golf.

If you would like further information about becoming a member at Benone or Ballyreagh, please get in contact using the numbers listed above.

Holiday and Leisure Parks.

For details on current restrictions, reopening and booking information related to Council’s Holiday and Leisure Parks please visit https://www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/see-do/caravan-parks

Please continue to check our social media channels for the latest updates.

For the latest restrictions and what they mean for you visit: https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-covid-19-regulations-guidance-what-restrictions-mean-you