On Monday 19th July, the country moved to step four of the government's roadmap out of lockdown. This next step saw most legal restrictions lifted, with some key protections in place and government advice to help keep ourselves and others safe. Read the government guidance on how to stay safe and help prevent the spread from 19 July.

Click here to view what activity is permitted from 19th July 2021.

Greater Manchester's Leisure Centres

Bolton

All Bolton Community Leisure centres can be found here. Visit each centre's website to find out what you need to be aware of before visiting.

Bury

For more information about what changes have been made, and what you need to know before you return to your local Bury Leisure Centre, visit their website here.

Manchester

For more information about what changes have been made, and what you need to know before you return to your local Manchester Leisure Centre, visit their website here. Below are a list of leisure facilities within Manchester that have some or all of their facilities open. Keep up to date with the opening status of Manchester's facilities here

The following facilities not operated on behalf of the Council are also open:

Oldham

Oldham Community Leisure centres will be open to both members and the wider community for pre-booked activities including the gym, group exercise classes, swimming, courts, bowls, table tennis and learn-to-swim lessons. For more information about what changes have been made, and what you need to know before you return to your local centre, visit their website here.

Rochdale

The gyms, swimming pools and group exercise classes are open at the following Your Trust (previously Link4Life) centres:

Stockport

Keep up to date with what changes have been made, and what you need to know before you return to your local centre, by visiting their website here.

Trafford

For information about what changes have been made, and what you need to know before you return to your local centre, visit their website here.