In light of recent news by our Prime Minister, we at City Cricket Academy (CCA) are keen to stay ope...[...]
In light of recent news by our Prime Minister, we at City Cricket Academy (CCA) are keen to stay open as long as possible and are closely following guidelines from Public Health England (PHE). All sessions including weekend group sessions will run as normal.
What are we doing to keep you safe?
• We have taken all precautionary measures to ensure our facility is deep cleaned on a regular basis throughout.
• We also ensure all surfaces, handles, railings etc are cleaned and disinfect all areas.
• A very limited number of bats and balls will be available to use which will be disinfected at the end of every session
• Regular Hand Wash Points and Hand Sanitisers have been placed around the facility and continuously topped up
• We will no longer be allowing for borrowing of kit until further notice and advise against sharing your kit with other people in the facility
• Shower and Changing rooms are not available. We advise all to arrive at CCA changed ready to practice
• If anyone is suspected to have any symptoms, coaches and staff will be entitled to send you home as a precautionary matter
As suggested by Sport England; the coronavirus crisis is unprecedented and could have a significantly negative impact on physical activity levels. We don’t want that to happen, so we'll do everything we can to support people to stay active at CCA, provided they are well enough and have no symptoms.
CCA will continue to monitor the situation closely and will update you with any changes.
Thank you for your co-operation and assistance with this matter.
Most importantly, we request anyone that has been in contact with someone that you suspect might have Coronavirus to self-isolate to prevent the spread to the local community and beyond. If anyone is feeling unwell please follow advice and avoid contact with others