Since the re-opening of the Club and its accompany facilities on 19 June 2020, the Club has received numerous feedback from members on the arrangement of social swimming at Recreation Complex (RC) Pool. In view of this, we have reviewed and assessed the feasibility of social swimming at the RC so as to cater to the swimming needs of more members. With effect from Saturday, 27 June 2020, we are pleased to revise the social swimming time slots at RC as follows:-
Recreation Complex (RC) Pool
|6am to 9am & 4pm to 9pm||Lap swim for General Members|
|9.30am to 3.30pm||Lap swim for Seniors Members only (60 years and above)|
|9am to 9.30am & 3.30pm to 4pm||Pool closed
This is to prevent inter-mixing between groups and to facilitate the cleaning and sanitizing of the railings and surfaces around the pool and in the changing room.
In addition, we would also like to remind you on the following SDM and SMM that we have put in place:-
The Sports Complex Swimming Pool is reserved only for Swimmers below 60 years old.
The Sports Complex Swimming Pool will be reserved Mon to Fri from 5.30am to 9am and 4pm to 7.30pm & Sat from 7.30am to 10.30am for Club registered Swimmers.
The maximum number of people allowed for the Recreation Complex Pool is 40 pax including swimmers in the pool and the non-swimmers around the pool area.
The maximum number of people allowed for the Sports Complex Pool is 50 pax including swimmers in the pool and the non-swimmers around the pool area.
Pool entry points at Recreation Complex will be at RC Building side for even numbered lanes and at The Vertis Condo side for odd numbered lanes.
Pool entry point at Sports Complex will be in front of the towel counter. Swimming lanes are to be entered at Swimming Control Room side for even numbered lanes and at Arrival Pavilion side for odd numbered lanes.
Odd numbered lanes shall turn clockwise while even numbered lanes shall turn anti-clockwise.
Swimmers are to maintain a 2 metre distance from one another at all times.
Maximum of 5 swimmers per lane.
No overtaking allowed.
Swimmers doing sprints are to use lane 4 or 5.
Due to restricted use of the changing rooms, social swimmers are encouraged to wear their swimsuits before coming to Club and use the shower point to shower.
For your convenience, we will provide the live updates of the number of swimmers in the pool via the link here:https://bit.ly/2vOYYRm
We seek your kind understanding and cooperation in ensuring a safe and healthy environment for everyone at the Club.
Updated 25 June 2020
Q1: Why am I charged for June subscription fees when the Club is closed?
Ans: The Club had waived 2 months of subscription fees for April and May 2020. Chinese Swimming Club (CSC) is believed to be one of the very few clubs in Singapore that has waived subscription fees in an effort to assist our members during the Circuit Breaker period.
As announced by the Club’s Management, the Club needs to be prudent as the reserves are not limitless. There are fixed costs incurred in maintaining the Club.
Q2: Will there be any refund or rebates for June subscription fees?
Ans: There will be no refund or rebates for June subscription fees.
Q3: Other clubs are giving F&B vouchers; will CSC be giving too?
Ans: Other clubs continued to bill subscription fees and give out free vouchers. While CSC had waived 2 months of subscription fees hence, there will be no F&B vouchers given to members.
Q4: Will the Club bill F&B levy in June?
Ans: Yes. The Club will resume its billing of F&B levy in June and expiry of F&B levy will be extended till December 2020.
Q5: Is the Club going to bill Section fees and Training fees in June
Ans: The Club Management has agreed to waive Section fees and Training fees in June.
23 June 2020