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⛷ Activities Up-date

We hope everyone is enjoying a little more of life's pleasures once again, and if we haven't seen you at the Club recently then hopefully we can entice you over the summer. The summer camps are looking very popular, which is amazing, so much so we have added a few extra activities for you to enjoy.

Adult Ski School

Lets not allow the kids to get too far ahead of us on the ski slopes, by booking into our summer camps for adults, 4 evenings of relaxed fun learning - Booking through the website.

Dates - Monday - Thursday Week 1 19th - 22nd July & Week 2 2nd -5th August

Times - 7.00 - 9.00pm

Cost - Members £75 & Non-Members £95

Levels - Level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


Intro to Racing & Freestyle

For all the budding enthusiasts who would like to see what the racing and freestyle lessons are like, you can try out on our introduction camps on the 5th - 9th July, 1 - 4pm Monday - Friday.

£120 members & £135 Non-Members Booking can be done on the website.

Summer Sessions

We are offering a couple of summer sessions for members of the Club to enjoy, dates are as follows and maybe subject to change -

Tuesday 13th July - 6 - 9pm family ski night with Instructors on hand to help out.

Thursday 15th July 6 - 9pm Level assessment night, drop in and get an assessment from our Instructors, ensuring you know what level you are for the season ahead.

Tuesday 27th July 6 - 9pm Advanced Ski Clinic for members, drop in and take advantage of the great instruction on offer at the Club.

Thursday 29th July 6 - 9pm Open Tubing night for the family, 3 x 45 minute sessions.

Although these sessions are all drop in as such, they are complimentary to members, but if you can just sign up on the website, we can keep a track of numbers, thank you.

SLOPE REPAIR We are pleased to announce that the main slope will be having some major work done to it between the 16th August and the 3rd September. For three weeks the main slope will be closed for slope resurfacing. The bottom half of the main slope will be regraded and replaced with new matting. We have chosen the quietest weeks of the year to close the main slope for this repair and hope the efforts will be worth the wait. Both the small slopes and freestyle slope will remain open throughout this time. Covid restrictions This section of the newsletter is an important reminder. During this pandemic, we have been under strict guidelines in order to control numbers within the facility, including on the slope and around the building. This is something that we intend to continue controlling in order for the Club to remain a safe environment for staff and customers. We ask that our members and customers respect our decisions to manage numbers moving through the facility, and the restrictions this will impose. BAR/CAFE The bar/cafe will open to all children booked into camps over the summer, to everyone else we remain open for take out only. The reason for this is purely to help the Club control the number of people within the grounds of the facility, and the numbers inside the building. We ask that only one person from each party/family come inside and order tea/coffee at a time. This will remain in play until the end of the summer. Spectating Spectating will be restricted to one person for each party/family, accessing the grounds to watch, and everyone else will be asked to remain in the car park area. Customers will continue to be checked in from the car park, with only one other person allowed in to spectate or access the cafe. Birthday Parties Birthday Parties will continue to be offered on an activity basis only, with no access to the hobbit hut and food, until further notice. Maximum numbers may increase slightly, and parents will require to drop off and collect, without accessing the facility. In staying with these restrictions for a period longer the Club will achieve the following - 1. Keeping numbers within the building within capacity. 2. Controlling numbers in the ski store during lesson changeover. 3. Keeping the number of people within the facility in one full day below the maximum. 4. Ensuring staff and customers do not feel overwhelmed by mass change too quickly. 5. Surface contact and use of toilets are kept to a minimum. 6. Queues cannot form at pinch points, like the office, bar and store room. All of these decisions are made with the full support of the staff, and will be reviewed regularly to improve the quality of experience here at the Glasgow Ski Centre Club. We thank you all for supporting our detailed return to sport.

Regards Julie Vinter Centre Manager 0141 427 4991


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