Olympic, World, Commonwealth and European medallist Duncan Scott joined children from across Fife today (Wednesday 16 May) to celebrate the success and expansion of Fife Sports and Leisure Trust’s Learn to Swim programme, delivered in partnership with Scottish Swimming and Scottish Water.
We are celebrating 10 years of getting local communities more active more of the time.
We are launching a new strategy which has the health and wellbeing of local communities as its primary focus.
Funds raised by a local author who teamed up with us in memory of a much-respected colleague, have been donated to NHS Fife.
We are supporting talented young sporting stars across the region participating in a recently-launched elite athlete development programme.
We are now offering 14 to 15 year olds the opportunity to access our instructor-led group fitness classes.
We are thanking customers to Carnegie Leisure Centre for their support as works continue to the facility’s changing area.
Working in partnership with Fife Council, we are striving to minimise disruption to customers as essential remedial works are carried out to the facility’s changing village which means male and female private, wetside showers are closed for a six-week period.
Following on from a successful pilot project, entitling every primary one pupil in the Lochgelly & Cardenden ward free swimming lessons, the initiative has been rolled out to the whole of the Cowdenbeath area.
We are announcing a delay to recent proposals to deliver a new-look gym and fitness studios for Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre so that wider refurbishment works can be incorporated.
Working with Fife Council, we are set to transform the centre’s gym and studio spaces to give customers much-improved, dedicated spaces to make getting active even more enjoyable.
We are reminding customers that Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre is now closed to allow works to start on a new-look gym and fitness studios for locals.
The region’s leading sports and leisure service provider is celebrating the launch of its aquatic strategy which will deliver a clear direction for aquatic provision across Fife.
A new website www.learntoswim.scot launched today by Scottish Swimming, in partnership with Scottish Water and aquatic providers across Scotland.
A revamped gym is being unveiled in Cupar with the local community set to benefit from a range of upgraded gym equipment.
As part of our £1.1 million investment to refit 11 of our gyms across the region, Cupar Leisure Centre is the welcoming customers to its new-look gym. Now, locals have a wide range of high-quality facilities and a host of affordable opportunities to get active.
Fife Council’s Community & Housing Services Committee has approved a funding package that will deliver significant investment in local sports facilities in Leven, Dalgety Bay and North Queensferry.
We are launching a dementia initiative which will see us deliver dementia-friendly health classes in our leisure centres.
We have already been recognised for our efforts to make one of our leisure facilities accessible for people living with dementia and recently received official dementia-friendly status for Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre, Glenrothes.
We are marking the completion of the final phase of refurbishment works at Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre with the opening of our new general purpose fitness studio.
A local triathlon club is giving young people in the area a fantastic opportunity to benefit from coached swim, cycle and running sessions thanks to a new programme at East Sands Leisure Centre.
A local author has teamed up our staff to raise funds in memory of a much-respected colleague.
As the temperature rises, Fife’s youngsters are being offered an unbeatable offer to cool down with free swimming across the region.