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Notes on Enrolment (Urban and New Territories Region Update (effective from 1/2/2014))
 

I. Codes for Enrolment Method and Procedure:

Enrolment Method Enrolment Procedure
Graphic: Computer Symbol means the activity can be enrolled on a first-come-first served basis through the enrolment methods listed at the right column

1. Enrolment in person at any District Leisure Services Offices or recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services

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Applicants should return the completed application forms, together with their entry fees, to any District Leisure Services Offices / recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services on the date(s) of enrolment. Applications will be processed until all the quotas are filled. At the time of enrolment, Hong Kong residents should produce their Hong Kong Identity Cards, children aged below 11 could also produce Birth Certificate/ Document of Identity for Visa Purposes/HKSAR Re-entry Permit/One-way Permit. Non-Hong Kong residents should produce their valid travel documents (e.g. Passport, Exit-entry Permit for Travelling to and from Hong Kong and Macao) (original or copy) for verification.

Unless otherwise stated, each applicant may only submit one application form at one time. Those who want to submit more than one application form must queue up again.

2. Enrolment by telephone

Applicants shall be permitted to complete one reservation or to reserve one place in any programme/activity per telephone call. (Telephone No.: 2927 8080). Reserved programmes will be held for the applicant's confirmation at any District Leisure Services Offices/recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services/Leisure Link Self-service Kiosks within 3 working days (inclusive of the day of the telephone reservation) by payment. Applicants should return the completed application forms and produce their identification documents (original or copy) for verification. Details as follow:

Enrolment Service by Telephone

Monday to Friday

Saturday

Public Holidays

Operated by the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Operator-assisted 8:30 am - 5:45 pm Close

3. Enrolment by mail

An applicant should mail the completed entry form, together with a crossed cheque payable to The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region', copies of his/her identification documents (for verification only) and a stamped return envelope to the District Office organising the activity at least 10 working days prior to the commencement of the activity. Enrolment will be treated on a first-come-first-served basis. For applications received on the same day, priority will be accorded to the applicants who make the enrolment in person. Remaining quota will be allocated by balloting to the mail applications if applications exceed the capacity.

4. Enrolment through Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk

During the period of enrolment, applicants may enrol in the activities through a Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk.

Graphic: Envelope Symbol means the activity places will be allocated by balloting

1. Applicants should submit the application forms in person or by post to the District Office organising the activity / designated venues of respective district (Please refer to the monthly programme information of District Office organising the activity or contact the District Office for enquiries), submit application forms through Internet (http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/MonthlyProg/Ls/index.html) or Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk on the specified date. For the same type of activities organised by a district within same enrolment period, each applicant can only submit one application form. Applicants who duplicate their enrolments or submit incomplete applications will be disqualified.

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2. Successful applicants must bring along their notification letters, identification documents (original or copy) and entry fees to the designated District Offices / centres / recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services / Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk for enrolment (for details, please refer to the notification letters).

3. Waiting list will be drawn up for all the LCSD training programmes and recreation activities. No priority number will be assigned to the applicants on the waiting list.

4. If places are available after the payment due date for successful applicants, these places will be opened for all the applicants on the waiting list for enrolment within specified period at any District Leisure Services Offices/recreation and sports venues with Leisure Link Services/Leisure Link Self-service Kiosks on a first-come-first-served basis. (Remarks: All applicants on the waiting list will be informed of the details of arrangement by mail.)
If there are still places after the enrolment period for the applicants on the waiting list, these places will be opened to the general public on the "Date of Open Enrolment for Remaining Quota" starting from 8:30am, via the following means, for enrolment on a first-come-first-served basis:

  • District Leisure Services Offices
  • Recreation and Sports venues providing Leisure Link service
  • Telephone booking (Not applicable to the District Age Group Competition)
  • Leisure Link Internet Booking (Not applicable to the District Age Group Competition)
  • Leisure Link Self-service Kiosk (Not applicable to the District Age Group Competition)

5. The balloting result of each programme will be publicized within five working days from the balloting date. Enquiries about the balloting result and the remaining quota arrangement may be directed to the respective District Office organising the activity.

Graphic: Internet Booking Symbol means the activity also accepts on-line enrolment via Leisure Link Internet Booking on a first-come-first-served basis. Applicants may enrol in activities through the Leisure Link website (http://leisurelink.lcsd.gov.hk ) starting from 8:30am on the first date of enrolment.
Graphic: Man Symbol means the activity should be enrolled at the District Office organising the activity / designated venues of respective district (Please refer to the monthly programme information of the respective District Office organising the activity or contact the District Office for enquiries) and applications would be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.


II. Points to Note :

(1)

Applicants should be aware of their health condition, and consider whether it is suitable for them to enrol in the recreation and sports activity. In case of doubt, please consult a doctor prior to the enrolment of activity.

(2) For enrolment in recreation and sports activities, please complete the application forms. Incomplete application forms will not be accepted. Applicants under 18 should obtain the written consent of their parents/guardians before enrolling in activities organised by the LCSD.
(3) All entry fees are listed in full rate.
(4) If entry fee is paid by cheque, applicants should complete the enrolment at least 10 working days prior to the commencement of the activity.
(5) For enrolment in training courses, recreation activities and competitions (for Swimming Gala, Athletic Meet and Individual Games Competitions only), persons aged below 15, aged 60 or above, full-time students and persons with disabilities can enjoy concessionary rate upon production of valid proof. Minders of persons with disabilities (limited to one minder) can also enjoy the concession (except competitions).
(6) Participants enrolled in recreation and sports activities through the Leisure Link Internet Booking or Self-service Kiosk at concessionary rates should produce documentary proofs of their entitlement to the concession for the instructors' inspection in the first lesson of the enrolled courses. Those who fail to do so will be required to pay the difference between the full entry fee and the concessionary fee.
(7) The programme entry fees do not cover meals. Participants of day, evening or residential camps and excursions are required to pay for meal charges.
(8) Applicants' age is calculated against the commencement date of the programmes.
(9) Unless under special circumstances, no application for refund, change of programme or making substitution is allowed after enrolment.
(10) (*) means leaflets of the programmes concerned are available at the District Offices organising the activity.
(11) The announcement of the District Offices organising the activity shall prevail. Programme information is subject to change without prior notice. For details, please contact the respective District Office by telephone or see the notices on the notice board.
(12) Apart from those training courses with different levels specified, the others are elementary training courses which are to equip the participants with the basic skill and knowledge of the sport. It is recommended that, upon the completion of the training course, the participants can continue to practice on their own and enjoy the fun of doing exercise.
(13) All activities are conducted in Cantonese unless otherwise specified.
(14) Please note the information before participating the following activities:

Activities

Points to note

Fitness (multi-gym) Training Course
1. Participants who have attained an attendance rate of 80% will be registered as a user of LCSD Fitness Rooms and may hire the fitness rooms provided by the LCSD for self-practice.
2. Participants should attend the class on time. Those who are late for 15 minutes or more will be considered absent for that session.
BMX Training Course/Fun Day
1.Participants should be able to manage two-wheeled bikes.
2.Participants must wear casual sportswear (which should be tight instead of baggy clothing) and trainers (no bike shoes, basketball shoes or sandals). They must also wear helmets and protective gears provided by the Hong Kong Jockey Club International BMX Park (BMX Park).
3.In unstable weather conditions, the BMX Park reserves the right to cancel the activity for safety's sake.
Parent-child (Aged 7-17)
Badminton Training Course/
Fun Day
Age: 7-17 (Child) and 18 or above (Parent).
Training Course: Applicants shall enrol in pairs. The pair shall include a parent aged 18 or above and his/her child aged 7 to 17.
Fun Day: Applicants shall enrol in groups of two to four persons. The group shall include a parent aged 18 or above and his/her child aged 7 to 17.
Parent-child (Aged 6-12)
Social Dance Training Course
1.Mainly teach the basic steps of cha-cha.
2.Age: 6 to 12 (Child) and 18 or above (Parent).
3.Applicants shall enrol in pairs. The pair shall include a parent aged 18 or above and his/her child aged 6 to 12.
Social Dance Training Course/
Excursion for Elderly/
Day Camp for Elderly
Enrolments can be made in single or in pairs.

Briefing on Proper Ways to Use Fitness Equipment

1. Participants should attend the briefing on time. If they are late for ten minutes or above, their places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis to other persons waiting in the venue.
2. If there are unfilled places after the commencement of the briefing for less than 30 minutes, latecomers can still attend the briefing.
3. Due to the tight schedule of the briefing, latecomers will not be allowed to enter the venue after the commencement of the briefing for over 30 minutes.
4. Participants are required to put on clean sports shoes and proper sportswear.

Horse-riding Fun Day

1. Participants should be weight below 68kg (150 lb).
2. Participants are advised not to put on any accessories, e.g. earrings, rings and necklaces when riding horses.
3. Participants should wear shirt with sleeves, loose fitting pants, leather shoes/boots with heels and wear helmets provided by the Riding Schools.
4. In unstable weather conditions, the Riding School reserves the right to cancel the activity for safety's sake.

Fitness (Multi-gym) Training Course / Hydro Fitness Training Course / Aerobic Dance Training Course / Fitness Exercise Training Course /Quali-Walk Training Course / Briefing on Proper Ways to Use Fitness Equipment / Long Distance Running Training Course / Stress Management and Physical Relaxation Training Course

The "Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q) & YOU" should be submitted together with the enrolment form. If applicant answers "yes" to one or more questions in the "PAR-Q & YOU", his/her physical condition may not be suitable for taking part in the activity concerned. For safety's sake, he/she should consult a doctor in advance and produce a medical certificate upon enrolment to prove that he/she is physically fit for taking part in the activity. Any applicant who fails to produce a medical certificate must submit the completed Declaration together with the enrolment form upon enrolment.

Progressive Swimming Course

Course Scope of Test / Qualification for Participation
  • Level II
  • Front crawl Front crawl for 20 metres (Children course: Front crawl for 10 metres)
    Breast Stroke Breast Stroke for 20 metres (Children course: Breast Stroke for 10 metres)
    TC for Elderly Front crawl / Breast Stroke for 20 metres
  • Level III
  • Front crawl Front crawl for 50 metres
    Breast Stroke Breast Stroke for 50 metres
    TC for Elderly Front crawl / Breast Stroke for 50 metres
  • Back Stroke / Butterfly Stroke
    Front crawl / Breast Stroke for 50 metres

    1. Participants of Level II / III of the Progressive Swimming Scheme should pass the pre-course assessment (swimming test). Holders of valid course-end assessment record / swimming test certificate could be exempted from taking the swimming test. Nevertheless, they are still required to attend the first lesson.

    2. Those who are not exempted from the entrance swimming test should pass the swimming test held in the first lesson before they can participate in the course. Those who have failed in the swimming test should return the original payment receipt to the organising district office for arranging partial refund (entrance fees deducted). Participants absent from the swimming test are regarded as waiving their rights and all fees paid are not refundable.

    Life Saving Training Course

    Course Scope of Test / Qualification for Participation
    Life Saving Training Course
    (Bronze Medallion Syllabus)
  • Being able to swim 200 metres by breaststroke within 5 minutes and tread water for 3 minutes
    Life Saving Training Course (Award of Merit Syllabus)
  • For holder of valid Bronze Medallion

    1. Participants should pass the swimming test held in the first lesson before they can participate in the course. Those who have failed in the swimming test should return the original payment receipt to the organising district office for arranging partial refund (entrance fees deducted). Participants absent from the swimming test are regarded as waiving their rights and all fees paid are not refundable.

    2. Life-saving Training Courses offered by the Department will only cover the course contents and the skill concerned. Arrangement will not be made for the participants to sit for the examination.

    Go Training Course

    Course Entry Requirement
    Go Training Course (Level II)
  • Holder of valid logbook of Go Training Course (Level I)
    Go Training Course (Level III)
  • Holder of valid logbook of Go Training Course (Level II)

     

    Fencing Training Course

    Course Entry Requirement
    Fencing Training Course (Level II)
  • Holder of valid attendance record of Fencing Training Course (Level I) or
  • Holder of valid record recognized by Hong Kong Fencing Association as an equivalence of
    attendance record of Fencing Training Course (Level I)
    Canoeing / Sailing / Windsurfing Training Course
    Course Qualification for Participation
    1 Star Award Canoeing Training Course/ Introduction to Sailing Training Course/ Elementary Windsurfing Training Course
  • Being able to swim with clothes for at least 50 metres / proficient in swimming and sign a declaration
    2/3 Star Award Canoeing Training Course
  • For holders of 1 /2 Star Award Canoeing Training Course and sign a declaration
    Sailing Basic Skills/
    Sailing Helmsman Training Course
  • For holders of Certificate of Presence obtained from Introduction to Sailing Training Course and sign a declaration
    Canoe Polo Elementary Training Course
    Scope of Test / Qualification for Participation: Being able to swim with light clothing for 50 meters
    1. Participants should pass the swimming test held in the first lesson before they can participate in the course. Those who have failed in the swimming test should return the original payment receipt to the organising district office for arranging partial refund (entrance fees deducted). Participants absent from the swimming test are regarded as waiving their rights and all fees paid are not refundable.
    2. Canoe Polo Elementary Training Courses offered by the Department will only cover the course contents and the skill concerned. Arrangement will not be made for the participants to sit for the examination.
    American Pool Training Course
    Course Entry Requirement
    American Pool Training Course (Level II)
  • For persons who have completed the training course (Level I) or acquired basic technique of American Pool
    Contract Bridge Workshop
    Course Entry Requirement
    Contract Bridge Workshop (Level II)
  • For persons who have completed the workshop (Level I) or acquired basic technique of Contract Bridge

    Fun Day Activities (in sessions)

    Each applicant may take part in one session only. Please refer to the organising district office for the time of the activities of each session.

    Judo Training Course Applicants aged 50 above should present medical certificate at the time of enrolment.
    Hiking Scheme Interested person aged 6 or above and in good health are welcome to join the hiking programme. However, children aged 12 below must be accompanied by a parent or adult.
    Quali-Walk Scheme Interested person aged 6 or above are welcome to join. However, children aged 12 below must be accompanied by a parent or adult.
    Golf Training Course (Level III - District) The third lesson will be conducted at Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre. Please contact the organising District Leisure Services Office for the date and time of the lesson.
    Golf Training Course
    Course Entry Requirement
    Golf Training Course (Level II)
  • Organised for those who have participated level I or equivalent
    Golf Training Course (Level III)
  • Organised for those who have participated level I and II or equivalent
    Golf Training Course (Long Game Improver)
  • Organised for those who have basic skills in playing long irons and woods
    Golf Training Course (Short Game Improver)
  • Organised for those who have basic skills on chipping, putting and bunker shots
    Golf Training Course (Uneven Lies Technique)
  • Organised for those who are familiar with playing set of golf clubs
    (15) Unless otherwise notified, the following arrangements will be made in case of the inclement weather:

    I.

    Strong monsoon signal or thunderstorm warnings

     
    - In case the above signal or warning is issued at 7:00am on the activity day, all sea touring programmes held in Water Sports Centres will be cancelled (including the scheduled trip in the training course).
    - Other activities will be held as scheduled. The organising district has discretion to cancel the activity for the sake of safety.

    II.

    Tropical cyclone warning signal No. 1:

    - In case the above signal is issued at 7:00 am on the activity day, all sea touring programmes and tent camping held in Water Sports Centres will be cancelled (including the scheduled trip in the training course).
    - Other activities will be held as scheduled. The organising district has discretion to cancel the activity for the sake of safety.

    III.

    Amber rainstorm warning signal :

    - In case the above signal is issued on the activity day, all activities will be held as scheduled. The organising district has discretion to cancel the activity for the sake of safety.

    IV.

    Red rainstorm warning signal:

    - In case the above signal is issued at 7:00 am on the activity day, the morning/whole-day outdoor pursuit programmes will be cancelled. (all activities except sea touring and tent camping will be held in water sports centres as usual)

    Activities affected: tent camping, excursion/ hiking, sea touring programmes and orienteering etc

    - In case the above signal is issued at 12:00 noon on the activity day, the afternoon outdoor pursuit programmes will be cancelled.
    - In case the above signal is issued two hours before an activity commences, all outdoor pursuit programmes, except programmes held at swimming pools, will be cancelled (including activities held at Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre and Wo Yi Hop Road Golf Driving Range.)

    Activities affected: tennis, distance running, fitness walking, Tai Chi, roller skating, lawn bowling, golf, sports climbing, rope course, archery and horse-riding etc

    - In case the red rainstorm warning signal is cancelled two hours before an activity commences and the venue condition permits, the above activities (except those specified) will be held as scheduled. Participants should consider the actual weather and traffic condition in deciding whether or not to attend the activity.
    - In case the above signal is issued three hours before an activity commences, BMX Training Course/Fun Day held at the Hong Kong Jockey Club International BMX Park will be cancelled.

    V.

    Tropical cyclone warning signal No. 3

    - In case the above signal is issued at 7:00 am on the activity day, the morning/whole-day outdoor pursuit programmes will be cancelled.

    Activities affected: tent camping, day camping, excursion/ hiking and programmes held at Water Sports Centres, etc

    - In case the above signal is issued at 12:00 noon on the activity day, the afternoon outdoor pursuit programmes will be cancelled.

    Activities affected: residential camping, evening camping, etc

    - In case the above signal is issued two hours before an activity commences, activities held at Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre and Wo Yi Hop Road Golf Driving Range will be cancelled.
    - In case the above signal is cancelled two hours before an activity commences, the above activities (except those specified) will be held as scheduled. Participants should consider the actual weather and traffic condition when deciding whether or not to attend the activity. For enquiries, participants may contact relevant District Leisure Services Office.
    - In case the above signal is issued three hours before an activity commences, BMX Training Course/Fun Day held at the Hong Kong Jockey Club International BMX Park will be cancelled.

    VI.

    Black rainstorm warning signal

    - In case the above announcement is issued when the activities are proceeding, all outdoor activities will be cancelled while all indoor activities will be proceeded as scheduled.
    - In case the above announcement is issued two hours before the start of the activities, the activities will be cancelled.
    - In case the black rainstorm warning signal is cancelled two hours before an activity commences and the venue condition permits, all activities will be held as scheduled. Participants should consider the actual weather and traffic condition when deciding whether or not to attend the activity.

    VII.

    Pre-No.8 special announcement (an advance notice to the public issued by the Hong Kong Observatory when the tropical cyclone warning signal No. 8 is expected within two hours)

    - In case the above announcement is issued when the activities are proceeding, the activities will be proceeded as scheduled.
    - In case the above announcement is issued before the start of the activities, the activities will be cancelled.

    Tropical cyclone warning signal No.8 or above

    - In case the above signal is issued, all activities will be cancelled.
    - In case the tropical cyclone warning signal No.8 is cancelled two hours before an activity commences and the venue condition permits, all activities will be held as scheduled. Participants should consider the actual weather and traffic condition when deciding whether or not to attend the activity.
    For the situations mentioned in items IV to VII (i.e. the red rainstorm warning signal, tropical cyclone warning signal No. 3 or above or black rainstorm warning signal is issued), whether Islands District Leisure Services Office will organise the recreation and sports activities as scheduled depends on whether the signal(s) is issued/cancelled by the Hong Kong Observatory three hours prior to the scheduled times of these activities.
    VIII.

    "High" health risk category (Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) of 7)

    - Activities will be held as scheduled. Environmental Protection Department advises those with existing heart or respiratory illnesses (such as coronary heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases, asthma and chronic obstructive airways diseases including chronic bronchitis and emphysema), children and the elderly to reduce outdoor physical exertion, and to reduce the time of their stay outdoors, especially in areas with heavy traffic. Participants with existing heart or respiratory illnesses should also seek advice from a medical doctor before participating in sports activities and take more breaks during physical activities. As the health effects on individuals may vary, participants should seek advice from a medical doctor if they are in doubt or feel uncomfortable.

    "Very High" health risk category (Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) of 8-10)

    - Activities will be held as scheduled. Environmental Protection Department advises those with existing heart or respiratory illnesses (such as coronary heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases, asthma and chronic obstructive airways diseases including chronic bronchitis and emphysema), children and the elderly to reduce to the minimum outdoor physical exertion, and to reduce to the minimum the time of their stay outdoors, especially in areas with heavy traffic. The general public is advised to reduce outdoor physical exertion, and to reduce the time of their stay outdoors, especially in areas with heavy traffic. As the health effects on individuals may vary, participants should seek advice from a medical doctor if they are in doubt or feel uncomfortable.

    "Serious" health risk category (Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) Exceeding 10)

    - Activities will be held as scheduled. Environmental Protection Department advises those with existing heart or respiratory illnesses (such as coronary heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases, asthma and chronic obstructive airways diseases including chronic bronchitis and emphysema), children and the elderly to avoid outdoor physical exertion, and to avoid staying outdoors, especially in areas with heavy traffic. The general public is advised to reduce to the minimum outdoor physical exertion, and to reduce to the minimum the time of their stay outdoors, especially in areas with heavy traffic. As the health effects on individuals may vary, participants should seek advice from a medical doctor if they are in doubt or feel uncomfortable.

    Note:Please refer to the notes on activity of respective District Office
    If a programme has to be cancelled due to inclement weather or venue maintenance, etc., our staff will notify the participants of the subsequent arrangement as soon as possible. If the programme cannot be re-scheduled or compensatory session(s) cannot be arranged, participants may apply for full / partial refund from the organising district. Participants should make the application for refund within 30 days after the completion date of the programme. For details, please contact the relevant District Leisure Services Offices / venues.


    III. Service hours of the counters and fee collection hours of District Office organising the activity: (all fee-charging programmes can only be enrolled during the fee collection hours)

    (1) District Leisure Services Offices

    Day

    Service hours of the counters Fee collection hours
    Monday to Friday 8:30am to 6:15pm 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays Close

     

     

     


    (2) Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre

    Day Service hours of the counters Fee collection hours
    Monday to Sunday
    (Except the first and second day of Lunar New Year)
    8:00 am to 9:30 pm 8:30 am to 9:30 pm








    IV. Service hours of the counters and fee collection hours of Recreation and Sports Venues (including Sports Centres/Tennis Courts): (all fee-charging programmes can only be enrolled during the fee collection hours)

    Day

    Service hours of the counters Fee collection hours for programmes
    Monday to Sunday
    (Except the first and second day of Lunar New Year)
    7:00am to 10:00pm 8:30am to 10:00pm









    V. Fee collection hours of Holiday Camp and Water Sports Centre

    Holiday Camps

  • Enrol in community recreation and sports programmes and book leisure facilities from 8:30am to 4:00pm every Monday to Friday and 8:30am to 11:00am every Saturday(Except Sunday and Public Holidays)
    Name of Holiday Camps Enquiry Tel. No.
    Lady MacLehose Holiday Village 2792 6430
    2792 6417
    Tso Kung Tam Outdoor Recreation Centre 2417 1107
    2415 6812
    Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre 2792 3828
    2792 0046
    Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village 2568 7455
    2568 7858
    Water Sports Centres

  • Enrol in community recreation and sports programmes and book leisure facilities from 8:30am to 4:30pm (Except close day)
    Name of Water Sports CentresClose Day Enquiry Tel. No.
    Chong Hing Water Sports CentreThursday 2792 6810
    Tai Mei Tuk Water Sports Centre Wednesday 2665 3591
    The Jockey Club Wong Shek Water Sports Centre Tuesday 2328 2311
    St. Stephen's Beach Water Sports Centre Tuesday 2813 5407
    Stanley Main Beach Water Sports Centre Wednesday 2813 9117


    VI. Note :

    (1)

    Should there be any enquiry on course content or enrolment arrangement for recreation and sports activities, please contact the District Leisure Service Offices organising the activity. *

    (2) The monthly programme information of various District Office organising the activity is obtainable by LCSD Fax Hotline at 2603 4567. Besides, you may call LCSD Hotline at 2414 5555 or visit LCSD Homepage http://www.lcsd.gov.hk for programme details.
    (3) Abbreviations:

    District Programme Scheme Day Venue

    SD - Southern District

    C&WD - Central & Western District

    WchD - Wan Chai District

    ED - Eastern District

    SSPD - Sham Shui Po District

    YTMD - Yau Tsim Mong District

    KCD - Kowloon City District

    WTSD - Wong Tai Sin District

    KTD - Kwun Tong District

    IsD V Islands District

    TMD V Tuen Mun District

    YLD V Yuen Long District

    TWD V Tsuen Wan District

    KwTD V Kwai Tsing District

    ND V North District

    TPD V Tai Po District

    STD V Sha Tin District

    SKD V Sai Kung District

    FOS - Festival of Sports

    HEFAC - Health Exercise for All Campaign

    HES - Healthy Elderly Scheme

    Mt Pts - Meeting Points

    FD - Fun Day

    FN - Fun Night

    Cr - Course

    TC - Training Course

    Comp - Competition

    Ele - Elementary

    Int - Intermediate

    M - Monday

    Tu - Tuesday

    W - Wednesday

    Th - Thursday

    F - Friday

    Sa - Saturday

    Su - Sunday

    P.H. - Public Holiday

    AR - Activity Room

    BC - Basketball Court

    PG - Playground

    SC - Sports Centre

    SG - Sports Ground

    SP - Swimming Pool

    TC - Tennis Court

    T/SC - Tennis & Squash Centre

    HV - Holiday Village

    P/HV - Park & Holiday Village

    ORC - Outdoor Recreation Centre

    RSC - Recreation Sports Centre

    WSC - Water Sports Centre

    PRS - Public Riding School

    Rd. - Road

    St. - Street


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