We are continuing to support people across Fife living with long-term health conditions despite doors being closed to our facilities.
We are updating customers on remedial works to Carnegie Leisure Centre’s training pool.
As a charitable trust, we have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our customers who have chosen to continue paying their membership fees despite doors being closed in line with the Government’s protocols in relation to the spread and containment of the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
We are setting Fifers a challenge to get stepping with a virtual 100 mile tour around our centres.
We are joining with the national governing body for swimming to keep youngsters engaged while pools are closed due to Scottish Government Level 4 restrictions.
We are offering customers a free online Burns celebration showcasing the talents of its own staff.
We’re encouraging people to visit our Facebook page on January 25 at 3.30pm to join in the celebrations.
In keeping with the Scottish Government’s announcement yesterday (January 4, 2021) regarding protocols to be followed in relation to the spread and containment of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), all Fife Sports and Leisure Trust centres will remain closed – this includes its outdoor facilities.
In keeping with the Scottish Government’s announcement regarding protocols to be followed in relation to the spread and containment of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Level 4 local protection measures, we will close all facilities.
Level 3 restrictions have seen Fife’s leading provider of sports and leisure services close its doors on its award-winning health programme designed to support those living with long-term health conditions – but now, steps are underway to stay connected with participants.
We will be giving locals the opportunity to stay active over the festive season with a choice of three centres.
We are announcing that we will be delivering family and inclusive swimming sessions which meet with current COVID-19 regulations so that more people across Fife can enjoy time in the pool.
We are helping local communities keep active and enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity despite Fife’s move into Level 3 restrictions.
In keeping with the Scottish Government’s announcement regarding protocols to be followed in relation to the spread and containment of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Level 3 local protection measures, we will be not be able to provide indoor group exercise classes or sports for adults.
Our chief executive has welcomed our latest annual report, thanking local people for continuing to support us during the challenges of the COVID lockdown.
We are delighted to be welcoming back youngsters to our facilities following the re-opening of our centres across Fife.
Junior programmes including gymnastics, trampolining, mini kickers and junior football are now being delivered. The move comes following our well-attended October camps for kids held during the recent school holidays and the relaunch of our swimming lessons.
We are updating customers with plans to ensure the Beacon Leisure Centre in Burntisland can open its doors with Covid health and safety measures in place.
We are confirming the date for the third phase of our re-opening programme as we kick-start our facilities following the lockdown.
We are very excited to be welcoming active locals back to our facilities for the first time in 180 days following the Coronavirus lockdown.
We are delighted that customers are acting fast to secure their opportunity to visit our leisure centres and get active.
We have seen nearly 800 bookings since we launched our online booking system this week as part of our Covid health and safety measures ahead of doors opening on three of our leisure centres on Monday, September 14.
We are releasing more information for customers ahead of our phased re-opening programme.
We are launching an expanded online booking service – a requirement for entry to facilities as part of our Covid-19 health and safety measures, as well as details of programmes and opening times.