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July
Don't miss out on free leisure and cultural facilities

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Those who missed the last two Open Days organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department are reminded they have another chance to use its facilities for free on Sunday (July 13).

A spokesman said the department recorded more than 440,000 participants during its last two Open Days on July 1 and 6. He urged those who missed out last time to participate on Sunday.

"Those who participated during the previous Open Days are also welcome," the spokesman said.

"We are glad to know that our Open Days are so well received by those who continue to show their tremendous support for the events," he added.

For indoor sports facilities, only a limited number of free permits for badminton courts in the 18 districts on Sunday remain for public collection.

The public can still make bookings for squash courts, table tennis tables, American pool tables and fitness rooms while permits last.

People who wish to use these sports facilities should check the availability with the respective venues.

The public will also be admitted free on the Open Days to all of the department's 35 swimming pools and its six museums - the Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Science Museum, Hong Kong Space Museum (Exhibition Halls only) and Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence.

No permits are required for admission to these venues. People can just show up at the venue of their choice and they will be admitted subject to normal capacity restrictions.

Distribution of permits for the fourth Open Day on July 20 will start at various indoor sports venues on July 14.

The last Open Day is scheduled for July 27 and free permits will be available on July 21.

End/Friday, July 11, 2003

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