THE CLICKIMIN pool is back in action today (Monday), completing the phased reopening of Shetland’s leisure centres.
All sessions must be pre-booked prior to arrival at the complex in line with level three guidance.
The Clickimin pool had been out of action after a leak was discovered in the facility’s plant room.
The Clickimin gym was reopened at the start of March, along with fitness suites in Unst, Yell and Whalsay.
Pools at Scalloway and Sandwick, as well as the centre in Brae, reopened on 8 March before other Shetland Recreational Trust facilities were reintroduced a week later.
While Shetland remains under level three, available facilities and opening hours will be restricted and customers are advised to check availability with their local centre.
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