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We are pleased to inform Members that the table cancellation function in the Mobile App has been further enhanced. The system upgrade will be performed between 11:00am – 12:00pm on Friday, 26 November. The Mobile App will not be available for use during this hour.

We are pleased to inform Members the Club’s restaurants will be further increasing their capacities by gradually moving to the Vaccine Bubble’s Type D operation mode starting December to meet the demand from Members. Members may start making reservations 1 month before the respective commencement dates.

We would like to remind Members and their guests that the wearing of face masks is a mandatory requirement at all times when using Club facilities except when eating or drinking at the table in a catering premises, showering or in other specific circumstances as permitted by the law. In particular, face masks must be worn when moving away from the table in a catering premises or when taking photographs.

Members are kindly reminded that they and their guests should refrain from using Club facilities if they are subject to testing under a compulsory testing notice issued by the government and have not received a negative result.

i) Members will be pleased to note that mask wearing is no longer mandatory while exercising in fitness centres; in line with the most recent announcement by the government. Accordingly, the Gyms at Happy Valley New Clubhouse and Sha Tin Clubhouse will introduce mask-free sessions with effect from Monday, 1 November.

Our Clubhouse facilities and Happy Valley Racecourse non-raceday restaurants are closed as Typhoon 8 signal is in force. They will reopen within 2 hours when the signal is lowered and no “extreme condition” is announced by the government. *All facilities will remain closed for the day if the Typhoon 8 signal or “extreme condition” remains in force by 5pm. *The non-raceday restaurants at Happy Valley Racecourse will remain closed for the night even if the signal is lowered before 5pm as the race meeting is cancelled.

We would like to thank Members for their strong patronage of the Club’s restaurants which have seen overwhelming demand in the past few months.

Our Clubhouse facilities and Happy Valley Racecourse non-raceday restaurants are closed as Typhoon 8 signal in force. They will reopen within 2 hours when the signal is lowered. All facilities will remain close for the day if the signal remains in force by 5pm.

We are pleased to inform Members that the government has further relaxed the maximum capacity for banqueting functions to 240 persons under the Vaccine Bubble’s Type D operation mode.

We wish to inform Members that Sha Tin Clubhouse will carry out regular upkeeping work by phases for the Clubhouse façade starting from Monday, 6 September. Scaffolding works and intermittent noise from the renovation may cause inconvenience to Members during this time.

To accommodate the overwhelming dining demand, we are pleased to inform Members that multi-session dining reservation will implemented on Sundays and Public Holidays for lunch at the highly popular Chinese restaurants with effect from Friday, 1 October (Note: Reservations taking will commence on Wednesday, 1 September.)

We wish to inform Members that the conditions of entry to all Club premises, including Racecourses and Clubhouses, will be updated as follows with effect from 1 September 2021.

We are pleased to inform Members that further to the latest government directives, Sha Tin Clubhouse’s Toddler Pool and the Beas River Country Club’s Fun Pool will recommence their operation on Saturday, 21 August. Happy Valley Old Clubhouse’s Hilltop Pools will remain closed due to the Timber Roof rectification work.

The Club will carry out a comprehensive IT operation commencing midnight tonight to strengthen the resilience of the IT system following the network equipment failure incident on 13 August 2021.

A network equipment this morning had disrupted the information display of certain Club webpages as well as the Customer Care and Membership hotline services. We have since resumed normal services and apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Further to our Notice dated 30 July, we are pleased to inform Members that additional private rooms in selective outlets will operate under the Vaccine Bubble’s Type D mode, and some bars will operate under Type C and Type II Bar mode. The details are as follows:

The Members’ Mobile App will undergo system maintenance on Friday, 6 August from 12 midnight to 1:30 pm and on Tuesday, 10 August from 12 midnight to 2 pm. During the aforesaid period of time, access to the App is not available. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The Club is most grateful for Members’ patronage of our restaurants in the past few weeks. Since the majority of our restaurants’ move to the Type C mode under the Vaccine Bubble, we have seen an overwhelming response from Members with many restaurants utilised to the fullest as permitted under the current social distancing rules. Your support has meant we are beginning to see the vibrancy which has been much missed and we trust you are enjoying your visits even more now that you are able to invite more family members and friends.

We are pleased to inform Members that Derby Restaurant will operate under the Vaccine Bubble Type C mode ahead of schedule with effect from Tuesday, 13 July (instead of 15 July as previously announced). Also, The Racing Club restaurants (non-raceday) will be moving into Type C operating mode on Monday, 12 July.

We have updated several house rules for the Clubhouses which will take effect from 5 July 2021, except for the revised Reservation Policy for Bars which will be effective on 15 July 2021.

Further to our Notice last week dated 18 June, we are pleased to inform Members that additional dining outlets and facilities will be moving into the Vaccine Bubble Type C operating mode.

Further to our Notice last week dated 10 June, we are pleased to inform Members that our staff have responded positively to the Club’s efforts at accelerating the vaccination rate. Thanks to their support, we are now in a position to move the majority of our dining outlets to the Vaccine Bubble Type C operating mode according to the respective timelines as follows.

Like many Members, the Club is looking forward to further relaxing social distancing measures in its catering premises permitted by the Vaccine Bubble’s Type C category.

We are pleased to inform Members the current tracing measures will be simplified.

Members will be delighted to hear that the new Kat O Bar will officially open this Saturday, 12 June just in time for the opening stage matches of the Euro 2020 Championship.

We are pleased to inform Members the following indoor playrooms at the Clubhouses will reopen with effect from next Monday, 24 May:

Members are kindly reminded that in accordance with the current government regulation, GN250 Cap 599F pertaining to the operation of Fitness Centres, users must put on face masks at all times within the gym premises except when having a shower. Therefore, there should be no consumption of food and beverage when inside the gym. We recommend that Members bring their own water bottles for rehydrating after their workout.

Members are kindly reminded that the Club is currently operating in the Type B mode in respect of the government’s GN249 Cap 599F regulation.

The latest Government gazette released yesterday has directed that the social distancing measures can be further relaxed through the introduction of a “vaccine bubble”.

We are pleased to inform Members that swimming coaching services at the Happy Valley New Clubhouse Valley Pool and Sha Tin Clubhouse Swimming Pool will recommence on Monday, 26 April 2021. At Happy Valley New Clubhouse, there will be reductions in the sizes of certain group swimming classes in adherence to current government regulations. At Sha Tin Clubhouse, private and semi-private lessons will resume initially but there will be no group classes to avoid overcrowding at the pool side and changing rooms.

In line with the government’s directive, the Fun Pool at Beas River Country Club will be closed with immediate effect. The Main Pool remains open for Members use. Below is the overview of Clubhouses’ swimming pools opening and closure status for easy reference.

The Members’ Mobile App will undergo system maintenance between 12am to 9am on Friday, 2 April. During this time, Members will not be able to access the App services. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

In respect of the latest government directive released today on the use of face masks at swimming pools, we have revised the requirement as underlined:

We are pleased to inform Members that further to the latest government announcement, the swimming pools at all Clubhouses (except the Hilltop Pool at Happy Valley Old Clubhouse) and the Beas River Country Club’s children outdoor playground will recommence their operations on Thursday, 1 April.

We are pleased to inform Members that the Mobile App has been further enhanced with two new features as of today, Tuesday, 30 March:

The Members’ Mobile App will undergo system maintenance between 1am to 11am on Friday, 26 March. During this time, Members will not be able to access the App services. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The government announced last night that all fitness centre staff have to undergo another medical test by today and as far as possible, remain at their place of residence until the test results are known.

The Government has announced that most of the existing social distancing measures and restrictions will be extended for another 14 days from today until Wednesday, 31 March 2021. In particular, Members are reminded that in light of the current outbreak in fitness centres; effective from 11 March 2021, the Government has mandated that masks must be worn at all times in gyms except when taking a shower.

We are pleased to inform Members that the Gyms at Happy Valley New Clubhouse and Sha Tin Clubhouse have recommenced their operation this morning.

In respect of the government’s latest announcement requiring all fitness centre staff to be tested and as far as possible, remain at their place of residence until the test results are known, we will be closing the Happy Valley and Sha Tin Clubhouse Gyms at 5pm today until the test results are available.

In view of the latest outbreak of positive COVID-19 cases reported yesterday; the Club will be stepping up precautionary measures with immediate effect until 17 March as follows:

We are pleased to inform Members that further enhancements will be made to the Members’ Mobile App in the version to be released on 30 March. This upcoming version will incorporate two new features - eCoupon and Health Declaration. In parallel, the registration process will be improved as Members will be able to complete the App Login registration with a One-Time-Password (OTP) via SMS sent to your primary mobile phone number registered with the Club. This process will replace the use of an enrolment PIN sent via letter.

We would like to inform Members that the Health Declaration Form has been enhanced and deployed with immediate effect for the purpose of adhering to the government’s mandate of recording the time of entry to premises.

We are pleased to inform Members that further to the latest government announcement, some of our Clubhouse facilities was reopened and dine-in restrictions was relaxed as of Thursday, 18 February with the implementation of additional anti-epidemic measures.

We are pleased to inform Members that the Mobile App has been further enhanced with two additional features which as of today.

Further to the Notice on the reopening details of our Clubhouse facilities, the setting for table reservation via the Members’ Mobile App has been updated to a maximum of 4 persons per table. Members are advised to close the App and open it again to apply the new setting.

Members are reminded of Section 2 (1) of the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance concerning the giving or acceptance of gifts, rewards, cash tips or other advantages. Unless given or accepted with the approval of the Club, the gift could give rise to criminal or disciplinary proceedings against the Member or Club employee.

In respect of the government’s latest social distancing directives issued on Monday, 4 January, the current restrictions will be extended until Wednesday, 20 January 2021 (inclusive).

In accordance to the government announcement on tightening the compulsory quarantine requirements for people arriving in Hong Kong, the Health Declaration Form has been revised. Members who have just returned to Hong Kong are reminded to observe the new quarantine requirements and those who have been in close contact with any person currently subject to a quarantine order issued by the government shall not visit the Club premises.

In respect of the government’s latest social distancing directives issued on Monday, 21 December, the current restrictions will be extended until Wednesday, 6 January 2021. Members who have made reservations for dinner during this period will be contacted by our restaurant teams for alternative arrangements.

We are delighted to inform Members the Members Mobile App is now officially launched and is available in the app stores for download as of today.

We are pleased to inform Members that you may invite other Members as guests in addition to family members at ALL Clubhouses and Moon Koon restaurant at Happy Valley Racecourse with effect from Thursday, 17 December.

The Club would like to clarify that no patients tested positive for COVID-19 have ever visited nor worked at Oi Suen in Sha Tin Clubhouse.

Pursuant to the latest government announcement issued on Tuesday, 8 December, all dine-in services at the Clubhouses and Happy Valley Racecourse will only provide take-away services after 6pm (last order at 8:30pm) and all indoor and outdoor sporting facilities at the Clubhouses will be closed from Thursday, 10 December to Wednesday, 23 December.

As the pandemic situation continues to escalate, the Club is stepping up vigilance and has revised the Declaration Form which, among other things, requires non-member guests to provide more details to ensure better traceability in the event of any reported cases on Club premises.

In view of the increasing COVID-19 threat with the high number of local transmissions, the Club will be implementing a staggered work schedule for our staff at the Clubhouses and Happy Valley Racecourse non-race day dining outlets. Such an arrangement is necessary to mitigate against the risks of cross-infection in the event there are confirmed staff or Member cases.

In respect of the government’s latest directives on COVID-19 social distancing measures, kindly note the following will take effect at all Clubhouses and Happy Valley Racecourse dining outlets from Mon, 16 Nov to Thu, 26 Nov:

Pursuant to previous communication in the September badges regarding to the construction of the new car park in Sha Tin Racecourse, Members are kindly reminded that on racedays the Club will encourage the increased use of Exit 12C from the northbound carriageway of Tolo Highway, which is signed as ‘Penfold Park’. Together with raceday changes to the internal traffic circulation, this arrangement is designed to balance the travel distances between the two Racecourse entrances, providing easier access to the Grandstand II Car Park and the Penfold CarPark in order to reduce raceday congestion at Highway Exit 3.

Pursuant to the Government's latest announcement, the Club will strengthen precautionary measures with effect from Saturday, 11 July until further notice:

We are pleased to inform Members about the re-opening of Children’s Playzones at Sha Tin Clubhouse and Beas River Country Club on 7 July. Kindly note the following details and user rules:

The Stewards have recently approved the amendments to the following Club’s Bye-laws:

Pursuant to the latest announcement from the Government, we are pleased to inform Members the following measures will be further relaxed with effect from tomorrow, Friday, 19 June:

We are pleased to inform Members about the re-opening of more facilities at our Clubhouses further to the latest government announcement.

The Club has implemented stringent precautionary measures for the protection of its Members, customers and employees at the Racecourses and Clubhouses since the COVID-19 outbreak in late January.

Pursuant to the latest announcement from the Government yesterday afternoon, we are pleased to inform Members that more facilities will re-open as follows (in addition to those announced on Monday):

Following the Government’s latest directive aimed at reducing social, leisure and recreational activities, the Club will continue to close the following facilities until further notice...

In consideration of the Government's latest announcement pertaining measures to be taken by commercial dining and leisure establishments as well as the rapid increase in the number of local COVID-19 cases which reached a daily high today; the Club will further step up precautionary measures with effect from 6pm, Saturday,28 March as follows...

Following the Government’s latest announcement to introduce further measures aiming to promote social distancing and prevent viral transmission by close contact, the Club will be taking further precautionary measures with effect from tomorrow, Wednesday, 25 March as follows...

We would like to further explain the Notice issued yesterday (18 March) requiring Members and guests entering the Clubhouses and Racecourses to sign a Heath Declaration Form.

The outbreak of COVID-19 is now reaching an alarming level globally. With the continuous increase in imported infection cases and in line with the Government’s latest health warnings, the Clubhouses and Racecourses WILL NOT admit any Member, his/her family members or guests who have been outside HK for any period of time in the last 14 days.

Further to our notice yesterday concerning a second Member who tested positive for COVID-19, we have gathered the necessary details of his movement on 23 February based on his utilization and CCTV records, which were further verified by him.

The Club has been closely monitoring the evolving situation of COVID-19 in Hong Kong, noting the increase in local cases. Giving consideration to the Government’s continued measure in closing pools, indoor sporting and shower facilities to further prevent the spread of the virus, the Club will be closing the following facilities from 12 noon, Saturday, 29 February to 10 March (inclusive)...

The Club has been closely monitoring the evolving situation of the 2019-nCoV in Hong Kong, noting the increase in cases, which have been contracted locally...