Due to rising Covid-19 cases and the latest lockdown across mainland Scotland, we have made the inevitable but sad decision to suspend our 2020/21 season. The rink/shop will remain closed until we reopen next season (hopefully in September as normal).

This page will help explain how we were operating under COVID-19 restrictions as imposed by the Scottish Government. Note that the sport’s governing body, Scottish Curling, have their own general guidelines too, which can be adapted by ice rinks, so our document should be observed when curling in Edinburgh.

As soon as we have any updates, they will be posted to this page.

Note that our advice and guidance is superseded by that of the Scottish Government: You can find their latest general advice here.

Click below to download our latest document:

Curl Edinburgh’s Return To Curling Version 2 – Published 19 September 2020

Version 2 includes a Frequently Asked Questions page and Version Control table, as well as an update regarding the number of households being permitted to gather off-ice (which was recently reduced from 3 to 2):

Curl Edinburgh's Return To Curling video (23/9/20)

Tour of our new one-way entrance & exit


Click here to view our new scorecard, which will help both ourselves and your club keep a record of participant names, as required for Test & Protect purposes. Names should be written clearly before your game starts, so that staff can photograph the card during your game. We will keep a digital record for 3 weeks in line with Test & Protect requirements, and you keep the original card as normal.