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Bexhill Boxing Club re-opens for indoor training

Bexhill Boxing Club is resuming indoor sessions from today (Monday 17th August) after making sure everything is Covid-friendly.

The gym, which can be found at the rear of Homewarr House, De La Warr Parade, has brought in strict social distancing rules for everyone’s safety.

These include a maximum of eight boxers and two coaches per session, as well as a requirement to bring your own gloves, wraps, and skipping rope.

Bexhill Boxing Club timetable

You must arrive ready to train – all changing rooms will be closed – no spectators are allowed.

The club has also put together a video showing the one-way entrance, the hand sanitiser stations, and the social distancing measures inside.

Click here for a link to its Facebook page.

In a statement, the club said: “At Bexhill Boxing Club we are keen to stick to the rules and ensure everyone’s safety is our main priority.”

The gym’s new Covid-19 friendly rules

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