Covid-19 UPDATE - Tighter Restrictions from 6 January 2021
Sat, 16 Jan 2021 00:00
Update: SINGLES PLAY ONLY permitted, or Doubles within ONE housesold
Following on from the First Minister’s announcement of new stay at home regulations coming into effect on 5 January, we have updated our guidance to reflect the new level 4 restrictions for recreational tennis activity.
The key changes to the level 4 restrictions are as follows:
- Adults and children aged 12 and above can only take part in outdoor singles tennis, unless all participants are members of the same household or extended household. This is in line with the requirement that only up to 2 people from 2 different households may participate in outdoor sport and exercise.
- Those aged 11 and below are exempt from these gathering limits, and organised outdoor group tennis activity for under-12s can continue in line with COVID-Secure guidance from the Scottish Government, Tennis Scotland and the LTA, and sportscotland.
REmember that access to the clubhouse by one person with hygiene precautions is permitted ONLY for access to operate the floodlights or emergency purposes. Please follow strictly the hygiene measures posted on the clubhouse door/windows.
Latest guidance for tennis players and venues in Scotland is here.