Covid-19 restrictions are easing on Monday - here are the additional Crawley Borough Council facilities reopening
In line with the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown, COVID-19 restrictions are easing on Monday 17 May enabling additional Crawley Borough Council facilities to reopen.
K2 Crawley is set to relaunch group exercise classes. Indoor adult group sports can also take place. Community Centres will be open subject to activities permissible under government guidance.
From 17 May, you can to visit indoor entertainment venues such as cinemas and children's play areas.
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The Hawth will begin hosting adult indoor workshops and classes, for example, ukulele and life drawing, with some restrictions on class sizes.
The indoor live performances programme will start with Ivo Graham on 26 May and Al Murray on 27 May at socially distanced capacities. Outdoor performances in the Amphitheatre will commence with Treasure Island on 30 May, subject to social distancing guidelines.
Indoor hospitality and licensed venues will also reopen for table service for groups of up to six people or two households.
You can check out the Tilgate Park partner websites and social media for the latest information on Go Ape, Smith and Western, The Walled Garden Cafe, Lakeside Cafe, Tilgate Watersports and the craft huts or find out more information on the Tilgate Park page.
From May half-term, Cherry Lane and Millpond adventure playgrounds will be operating open access play sessions across two timeslots per day. During the school holidays, opening hours will be Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) from 11am-1pm, and 2-5pm.
During term time, opening hours will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3–5pm and 6-7.30pm. All children under six must be accompanied by an adult. Places will be bookable via our website very soon so please keep checking for updates.
For up-to-date information visit, the council's coronavirus information pages. You can also follow Crawley Borough Council on Twitter (@crawleybc) and Facebook (@crawleycouncil); and Tilgate Park on Facebook (@tilgatepark).