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Updated - 13/03/2020

With the ongoing issues and spread of Coronavirus, sport has found itself at the heart of reporting and debate.

There is no doubt this has caused concern and uncertainty for the public.

Sport Wales remains open for business, and we continue to monitor and follow advice and guidance from official agencies, in particular Public Health Wales and Welsh Government.

We remind all users of our facilities that it is important that we maintain excellent standards of hygiene. You will see the additional sanitising products we have placed at key public areas around our facilities, as well as posters and other reminders of good hand hygiene. We have put in place an increased cleaning regime through our contractors, including targeting of key public areas.

If you have any queries about bookings you have made at our facilities you should contact our customer services teams on the numbers below.
National Centre, Cardiff - 0300 3003123
Plas Menai - 0300 3003111

In general, if you are taking part in sport and activity, it’s important that you:

  • Follow the advice and guidance of official agencies, such as Public Health Wales. Yesterday (12/03/2020), official guidance was updated if you have symptoms of the Coronavirus infection.
  • Practice good hand hygiene, as well as good hygiene when using shared equipment.
  • Follow any additional guidance provided by your sport’s governing body.

Sport Wales is continually monitoring the situation, taking advice from official agencies, and will provide updates through our channels should advice for our customers or our partners change.

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