The Government confirmed on Monday, April 5, that leisure centres would be safe to re- open with strict operational measures put in place.
This means that West Lindsey Leisure Centre will be welcoming back its members.
Anna Grieve, business development officer at West Lindsey District Council, said: “The council is looking forward to working with Everyone Active to ensure all current members and future users have an enjoyable experience within our centres.
“As the roadmap opens up, we are looking forward to getting out into the community to help those not able to attend the centres to enjoy activity and exercise.”
Kerry O’Neill, Everyone Active’s contract manager, said: “After being closed for three months, the latest step in the Government’s roadmap is a positive move forward for the leisure industry and gives people of all ages the opportunity to resume activity and exercise in their leisure centre."
Also b usinesses including Browns Department Store, Mountain Warehouse, Card Factory, Next and Stanley Hunt Jewellers will all re-open at Marshalls Yard.
A nd t he centre’s brand-new Snap Fitness gym will open its doors to members as well as the Rochell Rose Salon and Sophie Amelia Hair.
A post on Rochell Rose Salon’s Facebook page said: “We can’t wait to bring you all back, pamper you like crazy, welcome you back into our space and even show you what we have been working on these past few weeks.
“ We are going to begin to call all of our guests from January until April.
"Then we will be working with our waiting list, please be patient with us, we are going to be super busy within the next six days, but we are over the moon to be returning to the salon. Our happy place.
"We are ready for you all. We just want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for supporting us throughout this tough period, we will be back bigger than ever.”