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**UPDATE TO NEW ORANGE SPECTATOR RESTRICTIONS - NOW ALLOWING ONE SPECTATOR PER PLAYER UNDER AGE OF 18**
Submitted By Brady Parr on Saturday, December 5, 2020
It was announced yesterday that the City of London modified spectator restrictions as a direct impact from London Middlesex moving to Orange/Restrict phase. The City of London has since further reviewed their policy and have made an amendment which will now return to the similar guidelines as we experienced while in both Green and Yellow phase allowing one spectator per player under the age of 18. Our apologies for the inconvenience and please disregard any messaging communicated yesterday.

See updated messaging from the City of London:

 

"It has come to our attention that the Provincial Government has recently clarified the age at which a participant can have a parent or guardian in attendance at their sporting activity. This is recent information and unfortunately came after our research and recent policy change. Therefore we will be increasing the age to under 18 at which a participant may have one parent or guardian attend our facilities to follow the provincial regulations as stated below.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused."

Sincerely,

Scott Stafford

Managing Director of Parks and Recreation.

 

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