Coronavirus customer update Tuesday 17th March
In accordance with Government advice and as advised by Stirling Council, Active Stirling will close all facilities at The PEAK and Forthbank (including all outdoor pitches) and stop all other Active Stirling operations across Stirling from 10pm tonight until further notice.
All Active Stirling activities, events, programmes and bookings at these facilities (including Active Stirling activities at all Stirling secondary schools) and the other Stirling Council /community venues we manage are also cancelled from 10pm tonight until further notice.
As a priority we urge you not to attend The PEAK or any other Active Stirling venue/service today with immediate effect in line with the latest Government guidelines issued.
As we step down all our operations today and prepare for full scale closure, we will try to run all activities at The PEAK as usual today, but this is subject to change.
All Active Stirling customer monthly direct debits will be frozen with immediate effect including ALL IN memberships, Learn to Swim and Sports classes.
Prepaid ALL IN memberships will be frozen and activated again when we reopen for the remainder of the term. All pre-paid bookings will be carried forward to customer accounts as credits to be used for bookings when we reopen.
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75th Anniversary British Open Championship Postponed
No matches @ The Peak, Stirling Friday 27th to Sunday 29th March 2020
Hammy McMillan: Curling Development Officer
dd: 0300 028 0039 www.activestirling.org.
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It is with regret that the LGT World Men's Curling Championship 2020 has been cancelled, following the latest Scottish Government advice with regard to the hosting of major sports events during the Covid-19 pandemic and based on the need to protect the resilience of the emergency and public health services.
Given the UK Government’s move from the ‘contain’ to the ‘delay’ phase of their coronavirus action plan, and the updated advice from the Scottish Government with respect to the hosting of major sports events at this time. It is therefore with great regret that the Local Organising Committee in conjunction with the World Curling Federation has agreed to cancel this event in the interest of public health.