Since East Riding Leisure reopened their sites on 25 July, they have launched a short survey for visitors to help with feedback and the monitoring of the procedures which they implemented following their earlier reopening survey back in June.
All those who have visited East Riding Leisure since 25 July are encouraged to complete the survey at https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/How-was-your-visit/
The survey should take less than three minutes to complete.
Councillor Shaun Horton, portfolio holder for coastal regeneration and tourism, including culture and leisure, said : "I am delighted that we can welcome visitors back to our sites. Health and safety is at the forefront of everything we have done in order to be able to reopen, and our reopening plan was shaped by direct feedback from our customers. Now we are open again, we would love to hear from customers about their recent visit, to help us plan even further for the future."
Find out about the procedures East Riding Leisure have put in place to reopen safely here: https://eastridingleisure.co.uk/reopening/
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