Update on Opening
Following the successful opening of our tennis courts on Friday the 15th May, we will be allowing All members access to play tennis. Racket members will continue to have priority booking using the online system and all other members will need to ring reception to book on 0121 706 3594
You will be able to book a tennis court from 2pm the day prior to playing. This will be introduced from Wednesday 27th May 2020. Please remember it is singles games only, both players to be members of WWSC (four players are allowed if they are from the same household but as above all must be members). You will be allowed to book a 1-hour slot but must depart the court 5 minutes before the end of your hour to prevent any unnecessary contact and maintain social distancing. In an effort to reduce possible congestion we are booking courts 1 ,4, 5 & 7 on the hour and courts 2, 3 & 6 on the half hour to stagger change overs.
Please note we are not currently allowing visitors; however, we will look at this over the coming weeks.
From Monday the 01st June, our opening hours will be Monday – Friday, 10am – 7pm and Saturday & Sunday 10am – 4pm.
When you arrive at the club, please follow these steps:
1) Arrive no more than 10 minutes before your booking time. Ring the intercom. Your booking and membership will be checked by a member of staff. 2) You will be let into the premises, walk down the corridor past the gym to the courts. There are pinch points here so please practice social distancing. 3) After 55 minutes you will leave via the grass area between the gym and the cricket field, then exit the club area into the car park to the right of the main reception. Please do not congregate there and leave the car park as soon as possible.
We are following guidelines provided by all Sporting bodies, including the LTA, ECB and Sports England. They will be displayed in the club to read or available on request.
Toilet facilities will be available in the main building, but currently no changing rooms are in use. Please ensure you wash or sanitise your hands before coming to the club and again afterwards. You should avoid touching doors, gates, or any other fabric of the building, or equipment.
We will constantly be reviewing these procedures to ensure they are workable and streamlined to allow members a safe sporting experience. Please remember this a strange and trying time for us all, so we thank you for your patience and understanding. For all our cricket members, please watch out for news coming tomorrow from the section regarding practice nets!
We look forward to seeing you all soon.
Sales, Sports & Events Manager