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Re-opening of Outdoor Activity Centres in England

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Ediswan

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The local outdoor activity centre remains firmly closed https://www.sll.co.uk/fairlands-valley/
Due to Government announcement regarding COVID-19, we are currently closed to the public until further notice.

Other English councils seem to opening up. Does anybody know what the current legislation says ? If anybody is involved in running a centre, or is a well-informed customer, even better.
 
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The legislation permitted them to open on 29 March, which most of the “Go Ape” high ropes chain duly did.
 

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The Bear Grylls indoor/outdoor activity centre in the Birmingham area was advertising as reopening on 14th April, with the assault course opening 20th May.
 

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Thanks, just the council then. I suspect the place runs at a loss, so there may be a disincentive to opening ASAP.
 

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Thanks, just the council then. I suspect the place runs at a loss, so there may be a disincentive to opening ASAP.
At the moment blaming any problems or shortcomings on covid is very convenient. There is a separate thread on it.
 
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