dlr Leisure has a legal and moral responsibility to create and maintain the safest possible environment for children to enjoy sports and other recreational, social and leisure pursuits provided directly by us. dlr Leisure accepts that in all matters concerning child protection, the welfare and protection of the young person is paramount. We will adhere to the Children First National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children.
Any person who suspects that a child is being abused, or is at risk of abuse, has a responsibility and a duty of care to report their concerns to the Child Protection Liaison Office for each dlr Leisure Centre.
Thank you to everybody who has visited us this week across our facilities and we sincerely appreciate your assistance with all health and safety protocols including wearing of face masks and cleaning of equipment.
Please note that from Monday the 14th of June, you will no longer need to book online or in advance to visit our gyms and can arrive anytime you wish for an unlimited time period and either pay as you use or use your membership swipe entry.
Please note our restricted usage capacity will still apply and recording of visits for contact tracing will remain.
We sincerely hope this assists your training planning going forward
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