Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Members

A decision has been made to close all our leisure centres for the foreseeable future. The health and well being of our customers and our staff is our main priority. Please be reassured that we will ensure no customers are put at financial detriment e.g. memberships will be frozen automatically, bookings / hires will be credited or amended etc.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused by this closure and thank you for bearing with us during this difficult and unprecedented time.

Please check for updates on our website (www.celticleisure.org), Facebook (Celtic Leisure), Twitter (@CelticLeisure) and Instagram (@celticleisure) pages and our new app (Search ‘Celtic Leisure’ in your App Store and Google Play). We will be using our app to push out key messages affecting our services during this time. Please make sure that you ‘Allow Notifications’ so that you don’t miss out on any updates from us.

Keeping our users and staff safe and healthy

Your Membership?

Updates to your membership

From 19 March 2020 all our leisure centres will close until further notice, we will continually update you on this.

* We would like to reassure our members that all our monthly direct debit will not be collected from the 1st April. Please do not cancel your direct debit directly with the bank.*

Learn to Swim lessons – Be assured that all Learn to Swim memberships will be frozen from the 1st April until further notice

What is Celtic Leisure doing?

We would like to reassure our members that all our monthly direct debit will not be collected from the 1st April. We will continue to review this situation.

Where hirers have not run sessions due to coronavirus we would support the following actions: if hirer has paid invoice we would credit their account for the cancelled session so to use for future bookings; if hirer has not yet paid, they could pay and be credited for future use or have a part-cancellation. A member of staff will be in touch with hirers affected to discuss these options.

We will continue to following advice and guidance from Public Health Wales and Neath Port Talbot Council and keep all our customers and staff updated of when the centres will re-open.
As you can imagine, we are receiving a large number of calls at the moment, so apologies if you are trying to get hold of us. If you would like to ask us a question or have any concerns please contact us

At Home Workouts

We know that staying fit and active is our best way to build a strong immune system and stay healthy.

As we are currently closed right now in accordance with Government advice, our instructors have been wokring hard on some plans to keep you going during this time they can be found on our YouTube channel in a handy playlist for you, also our partners Les Mills & MOSSA have given us a free option to help keep you active and working out at home.

Les Mills Home Workout

MOSSA Home Workout
(As this requires you to sign up with card details MOSSA will send you an email after 55 days to remind you to cancel If you need any more information please contact us.)

Please let us know if you have any questions or any feedback about the workouts.

From the team at Celtic Leisure

Gwyn Hall

It is with great regret that we have closed the Gwyn Hall from Tuesday 17th March until further notice, following the UK Government advice given on Monday 16 March 2020.

We hope you will agree that it is the right decision to put the safety of our staff, volunteers and customers first.

Alternative dates have been arranged for shows between April – June, the new show dates are published on our What’s On Pages and listed below

New Show Dates:

Comedy Roast – 11th September
Ball & Boe: Back Together – 12th & 13th September
CATS: The Wizard of OZ – 24th – 27th September
The Ultimate Classic Rock Sow – 10th October
The Carpenters Experience – 24th October
Mal Pope – 14th November
Mike Doyle – 29th January 2021
Morriston Orpheous Choir – 6th February 2021
Twirlywoos – 2nd March 2021
Showaddywaddy – 7th May 2021
Francis Rossi – 8th May 2021
The Drifters – 14th May

Due to the current restrictions we only have limited access to our communications channels. We will respond to all queries as quickly as we possibly can but please bear with us during this unprecedented time. When we have information regarding our ability to reopen, information will be posted on our website (www.gwynhall.com), Facebook (Gwyn Hall)

How can I contact Celtic Leisure during this time?

Due to the current restrictions we only have limited access to our communications channels. We will respond to all queries as quickly as we possibly can but please bear with us during this unprecedented time. When we have information regarding our ability to reopen, information will be posted on our website (www.celticleisure.org), Facebook (Celtic Leisure), Twitter (@CelticLeisure) and Instagram (@celticleisure) pages.

What can members do to help?

This is an evolving situation and customers are asked to continue to visit and regularly check the following websites for the latest updates and guidance:

Neath Port Talbot Council

Public Health Wales – updated daily at 11am

NHSUK/coronavirus

Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) website

GOV.UK website

The World Health Organization

We will update this webpage with any new information.

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