Public Notice Coronavirus (Covid 19)

Information on what Hull Culture & Leisure are doing in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Update Monday 17 May 2021

Following the Government announcement of a roadmap to removing the lockdown restrictions which were introduced on Tuesday 5 January, Hull Culture and Leisure Ltd are implementing a phased step approach to reopening our sport and leisure facilities, Museums, Galleries, Hull City Hall and Hull New Theatre from Monday 8 March.

Activities within our parks will also be amended in line with the roadmap including plans for reopening the Animal Education Centre at East Park and our Outdoor Gyms.

Hull Libraries remain open, please visit the page below for further information.

Hull Libraries Still Open

Step One - From Monday 29 March

The following outdoor activities have restarted:

  • Golf at Sutton Park Golf Course
  • Tennis at the Costello Tennis Courts
  • Outdoor Track and Field activities at Costello Stadium
  • Bowls at our outdoor bowling greens

Step Two - From Monday 12 April

Our pools, gyms and outdoor fitness classes have reopened at the following sites:

  • Albert Avenue Pools
  • Costello Stadium
  • Ennerdale Leisure Centre
  • Woodford Leisure Centre
  • The Waudby Centre

The Animal Education Centre at East Park has also reopened.

Step Three - From Monday 17 May

Our Museums and Galleries have reopened at the following locations:

  • Ferens Art Gallery
  • Hull and East Riding Museum
  • Streetlife Museum

Indoor catering is also now available at Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Central Library.

In addition to Museums and Galleries reopening, indoor fitness classes have also been permitted to resume at our Sport and Leisure sites from Monday 17 May.

Further information on re-openings and how memberships are affected can be found via the links below.

Further information on Leisure site closures

Further information and advice on Coronavirus (Covid-19)