Group Booking Rates
- Adult Groups – $75 per hour
- College Groups – $55 per hour
- Primary/Intermediate Groups – $40 per hour
Access Card Rates
- Casual Access Cards – $20 per hour / maximum 4 persons – Pay as you go.
- 6 Month Access Card / maximum 4 persons; 2 hours per week $300; unlimited hours $450. Payable in full at the time the card is issued.
- 12 Month Access Card / maximum 4 persons; 2 hours per week $450; unlimited hours $600. Payable in full at the time the card is issued.
- $40 per hour, minimum $80.
* All rates quoted are GST inclusive.
COVID–19 LEVEL 2
The following sets out amendments to the conditions of use of the Centre required because of Covid – 19.
The person who has made the booking and/or the person whose access card is used to enter the Centre is required to ensure all of these requirements are met.
People with any flu like symptoms must not enter the Centre.
The maximum number of people permitted to be in the Centre at any one time including participants, coaches and spectators is 100.
- Everyone must apply hand sanitiser when they enter the Centre.
- It is recommended that everyone applies hand sanitiser again before leaving the Centre.
- For each booking the booking organiser must provide a list including the date, the full name, address and phone number of all of participants and coaches. The list is to be pushed under the office door.
- If a list of participants is not provided the details of all involved must be recorded in the Contact Tracing Log located on the table in the foyer.
- All others entering the Centre during the booking i.e. parents/caregivers and spectators, even if just calling in to pick up someone, must record their details in the Contact Tracing Log.
- When Contact Tracing Log pages are full they should be pushed under the office door.
- Maintain at least 1 metre physical distancing at all times. Physical distancing of 2 meters should be maintained from people you don’t know.
- Disposable gloves must be worn by anyone:
- using the cricket bowling machine or the softball pitching machine,
- using the balls for the machines,
- moving the cricket wickets or football goal posts,
- raising and lowering any nets.
- Used gloves can be placed in the rubbish bin in the Centre, one of the bins outside the Centre or taken away by the user.
It is important for all users of the Centre that the above requirements are met.
Group Bookings must be made and approved by the Trust at least 2 hours before the proposed start time of the booking. At least 2 hours notice prior to the start time is required for cancellations.
Group Booking Procedures
- Identify available times on the Availability Calendar.
- Submit your desired times to Trevor Hammond on firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 0204 006 3236.
- If a booking is accepted it will be recorded on the ‘Availability Calendar’ on the Centre’s website and a confirmation of the booking will be sent.
- If a booking cannot be accepted contact will be made to discuss alternatives.
- Requests for bookings commencing at or before 10 am any day must be received and be able to be approved by the Trust before 9.00 pm the day before the booking.
- Booking requests will be processed as soon as possible and in the order they are received.
- Bookings not utilised, cancelled or postponed at least 2 hours before the scheduled start time will be charged at the rate applicable for the booking.
Casual Card Users – Pay as you go.
- Casual Access Cards will only be issued to responsible people aged 18 and over.
- The cost for casual users is $20 per hour for a maximum of 4 persons using one lane. This includes the use, if required and available, of the cricket bowling or softball pitching machines. If no one else is using the Centre you can use the other lanes but you must allow other users who arrive after you to use the other lanes.
- Initially casual users pay $60, which is non-refundable, at which time they are provided with an access card. The $60 covers the first three hours use of the Centre after that payment is required to be made at the time of each use of the Centre.
- The person the Access Card has been issued to is responsible to ensure all conditions of use of the Centre and payment are met.
- Causal Access Card holders cannot book. They need to check the Availability Calendar to see if the Centre is available.
- Casual Access Card Holders can use the Centre 24/7 provided there are lanes available.
- To obtain a Casual Access Card contact Trevor Hammond to arrange a mutually suitable time to meet at the Centre.
6 and 12 Month Access Cards.
- 6 and 12 month Access Cards will only be issued to responsible people aged 18 and over.
- The person who is issued a 6 or 12 Month Access Card or an immediate family member aged 16 years or over must be in attendance at the Centre each time the card is used and remain at the Centre for the duration of each use.
- The person the 6 or 12 Month Access Card has been issued to is responsible to ensure all conditions of use of the Centre are met.
- Maximum of 4 persons to use the Centre per visit.
- 6 and 12 Month Access Cards entitle the card holder the use of one lane although more can be used if they are available. If more than one lane is being used the extra lane must be made available to any other Access Card holders who arrive to use the Centre.
- 6 and 12 Month Access Card holders can use the cricket bowling or softball pitching machines, if available.
- 6 and 12 Month Access Card holders cannot book. They need to check the Availability Calendar to see if the Centre is available.
- 6 and 12 Month Access Cards can be used 24/7 provided there are lanes are available.
- Payment is required in full at the time of issue of 6 or 12 Month Access Cards. No refunds will be made.
- Holders of Maximum 2 hour per week cards:
- The minimum time for each use of the Centre is one hour.
- Must record their start and finish times of each use in the Diary located on the table in the Centre.
- To obtain a 6 or 12 month Access Card contact Trevor Hammond to arrange to meet at the Centre at a mutually suitable time.
Accessing the Centre
When Access Card Holders present their card at the card reader the door will unlock for five seconds to allow them to open the door and enter the Centre. If the door is not opened within five seconds it will re-lock and the access card will need to presented at the reader again. Once the card holder is in the Centre the door will close, lock and remain locked.
Users of the Centre cannot manually unlock the door and leave it unlocked. In the event any members of a group do not enter the Centre with the Access Card Holder or leave the Centre and return later they will need to press the doorbell button, located above the card reader, to advise that they have arrived. The door can then be unlocked by someone in the Centre using the door release button, located in front of the viewing area, or someone can go to the door and open it. When the door closes it will re-lock.
Please note: The door can be opened manually from the inside by anyone at any time.
CAR PARK LIGHTING
When required the lights in the car park can be turned on by following the instructions below.
Press the on button located in the bottom of the two grey switch boxes on the side of the green shed (by nets as you cross the bridge and enter the park), once the button is pushed a timer takes over and the lights will turn on. They will turn off after 3-4 hours.
There is a lux meter connected to the lights so they won’t run if it is not dark enough.
All users of the Centre must adhere to the Conditions of Use of the Centre and all Signs and Notices in the Centre.
Use of the Centre is monitored by CCTV.
All costs incurred in the recovery of overdue funds, including but not limited to debt recovery collection costs up to 40.35%, late payment penalties and legal fees may also be added to the balance of monies owing.
If you have any questions regarding the use of the Centre contact Trevor Hammond on email@example.com or 0204 006 3236.