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.
We are confirming our re-opening date following the latest announcement from the Scottish Government which released a new indicative date for the opening of gyms and leisure facilities.
We’re announcing the opening of some of our synthetic turf pitches (STPs) for the first time since we were forced to close operations due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are looking forward to welcoming local club players back to its STPs at Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre, Cupar Leisure Centre, Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre, Glenrothes and Lumphinanns Sports Hub for a limited time period as we await the go ahead to start our wider re-opening programme.
We are appealing to customers for support as we wait for the green light to open our doors in line with the Scottish Government’s Covid-19 Route Map.
The area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services has launched a virtual walk-through of its facilities to demonstrate what customers can expect when doors open.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of our new chief executive as we get set to open our doors following the Covid-19 lockdown.
A survey by the area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services has shown that people across Fife are eager to get active since it closed its facilities in line with the government’s Coronavirus lockdown.
We are urging local people to take up our support to keep older adults active during lockdown in order to benefit from the health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity.
Better known for our health, fitness and wellbeing support in the local community, we are now extending our reach to local businesses during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Local people show support to local trust during lockdown
We’re thanking customers across Fife who continue to show support despite our facilities being closed.
We’re hosting a live Fitness Tapas event to get people moving in a colourful celebration of fun, fitness and feeling great.
We will be streaming a range of 10 minutes workouts to give you a flavour of 10 of our most popular fitness sessions live on Facebook from 5pm to 7pm on Thursday 14th May.
Fife has become one of the first areas in Scotland to implement a new Scottish Government initiative which will see £42 million invested nationally over five years to expand weight management interventions and support a new approach to diet and healthy weight.
We take your wellbeing and safety very seriously and whilst we believe that the risk to our customers and staff is low, we recognise the ongoing situation around Coronavirus (Covid-19) is of concern to everyone.
We are celebrating the 30th anniversary of one of our most popular leisure centres with local customers.
We’ll be hosting celebration activities at Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre between Friday, March 13th and Sunday, March 15th and we’re welcoming people to celebrate 30 years of keeping the local community active and feeling great.
We are delighted to announce we have been recognised for the quality and delivery of our swimming programme with a national accreditation.
You may have seen reports in the local media speculating about the future of the Beacon Leisure Centre, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust would like to reassure you that no decision to close the centre has been made.