UPDATE 12.05.20

Wirral Council’s Golf courses, West Kirby Marine lake and the Sailing Centre will continue to remain closed temporarily.

We continue to review the detail from Central Government on reopening certain services. We are working hard behind the scenes to get everything ready, as quickly as we can, while keeping the safety of our staff, residents and customers at the heart of what we do.

Please bear with us while we complete this work. Updated information will continue to be available on our website, social media and at each site.

We will look forward to welcoming you back as soon as we can.


Thursday 2nd April :

Wirral Borough Council have a dedicated team who are available to provide help and advice to residents and businesses during the current situation. 

For more information visit their webpage here 


Tuesday 24th March :

Today all municipal golf courses and the Wirral Sailing Centre have been closed due to the ongoing COVID19 situation. All memberships remain frozen and no further payments will be taken during this time. 

Enquiries can be made by email to bookingsandinformation@wirral.gov.uk and will be answered within 3 / 5 working days.


Thursday 19th March:

All Wirral leisure and sports centres, including West Kirby Concourse, the Oval Leisure Centre, Europa Pools, Leasowe Leisure Centre, Guinea Gap Leisure Centre, Woodchurch Leisure Centre and the Wirral Tennis and Sports Centre, are to close indefinitely after today (Thursday 19th March 2020) due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

As a consequence, all classes and activities – including swimming and tennis lessons – are suspended until further notice. This also extends to our community-based Sports Development sessions and disability programme.

All direct debit payments for memberships will automatically be suspended from 21st March 2020 until Leisure Centres re-open and annual subscriptions will be extended in line with the closure period. All memberships and subscriptions will be suspended during this time and reinstated when centres re-open. There is no need to contact Wirral Leisure to arrange this. 

West Kirby Marine Lake and Municipal Golf Courses will remain open for the time being for casual customers and members to use.

We are fully aware of the incredible value our Leisure and Sports Centres and wider activities hold for the health and wellbeing of our communities.  However, due to recent government guidance, these temporary arrangements are crucial to help in the next phase of the government’s plan to tackle the outbreak kamagra online kaufen schweiz.

It is still very important to remain as active as possible during this time and in partnership with Les Mills On Demand we are able to offer our customers a live link to their on demand fitness videos, which can be followed from home free of charge. These can be accessed at https://watch.lesmillsondemand.com/at-home-workouts

In addition, leisure staff will do their absolute best to provide additional helpful hints, tips and guidance for residents via our website and social media channels during the closure period and we recommend that residents remain active at a social distance utilising the outdoors where possible.

We thank all our customers and members for their patience and understanding at this time.

If you have any further queries, we will try our very best to respond however you may encounter a delay. You can contact us via email – bookingsandinfomation@wirral.gov.uk

We are monitoring Public Health England (PHE) updates closely to ensure that we can all do our bit to reduce the spread of Coronavirus. Some simple prevention tips include:

  • Washing your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds.
  • Always wash your hands when you get home or into work.
  • Using hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available.
  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze.

Members of the public should refer to nhs.uk/coronavirus for the latest guidance. As per the PHE guidelines.

For more updates on local services, visit www.wirral.gov.uk.