With effect from 15th September there is no further need for swimmers to book either during the week or weekends as demand is now much less than during the holiday period. We are continuing the booking system for Divers at the weekend as we still need to control our numbers.
Because there is greater demand at weekends we will still need to cap numbers coming in to maintain safe practices Pick your date and book a slot. Simple!Group Bookings
If you are a school or club and are wanting to bring a group at the weekend we will now take group bookings by email or telephone. We will need the names of all those attending.Swimmers
There are currently enough people here every day to negate the need for a spotter - when this changes we will announce it here. Wetsuits are not mandatory.
We would request that spectators and family are kept to a minimum to help with distancing. Also there is no-where to sit inside if the weather is not good. We will assist with parking to ensure that there is sufficient space around each car for kitting up etc.
The cylinder filling station will be open for air and nitrox.
Toilets will be open but the changing rooms and showers will be closed.
The shop will be open for limited numbers and this will be carefully controlled.
Equipment hire will be available. Please book in advance.
The Breathe Easy workshop will be able to take in cylinders and regulators as per normal. If it is closed please bring your items to be serviced to the shop.
Payment for air and food can be made using card or cash and if possible please use only the correct money.
We are making every effort to keep things safe for us all and ask that you continue to work with us on this.
Looking forward to seeing you.
The Capernwray Team
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