Croydon Sports Arena sessions are restarting!
We are thrilled to come to you with good news at last: we are restarting our sessions at Croydon Sports Arena from Tuesday 2nd March 2021.
According to the government guidelines, all outdoor sports for Disabled people can continue, despite the national lockdown restrictions, so the managers at the Croydon Arena gave us the green light to reopen our sessions at their venue.
For now we are only restarting our Tuesday sessions, with two slots available for bookings: 10am and 11am (each slot is 45 minutes long). We hope to be able to reopen on other days of the week in the near future.
Please note that our sessions no longer run as drop-ins, so booking is now essential. If you haven’t got a confirmed booking, you will not be able to cycle. To find out how to book a space at one of our sessions, please visit Cycling Sessions page.
Following guidance from the government, we have put Covid-secure measures in place. We want to make sure that participants, carers and our staff members are safe during the sessions. Please click here to read more about our new safety rules.
At the same time we would like to remind you that we are currently running two open sessions for people of all ages at Herne Hill Velodrome on Mondays and Fridays, plus a children’s session at the Velodrome on Sundays. Unfortunately, all our sessions at Ladywell Day Centre remain suspended for the moment.
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 – cough, temperature, loss of taste or smell – please do not attend a session but ring our session phone number to cancel your booking and book yourself a Covid-19 test.
If you develop Covid-19 symptoms or are told you have Covid-19 after taking a test within 7 days of attending a session, please tell NHS Test and Trace that you have attended our session and provide: firstname.lastname@example.org as the “contact”. If you are well enough to do so, please also tell us immediately that you have developed symptoms/tested positive for Covid-19.