A local woman is getting set to take on a personal challenge and raise funds to help support people across Fife living with long-term health conditions.
A programme which helps local people affected by cancer is back up and running following its suspension due to the pandemic. And, thanks to innovative partnership working, locals are set to get more support following a cancer diagnosis.
A new campaign aimed at getting more people more active and using local sports and leisure facilities has been launched in Levenmouth.
We are championing the benefits of an exhilarating new racquet ball game which is proving a bit hit with local communities.
We are reporting our highest number of participants in our aquatic programme, bouncing back from COVID closures by being Scotland’s biggest provider of swimming lessons.
We are marking Beacon Leisure Centre’s 25th anniversary with the help of long-serving staff who were there when the facility first opened.
We are encouraging anyone interested in a job with the largest leisure employer in Fife to visit its careers open day later this month.
We are championing the academic success of one of our fitness instructors who has developed a career dedicated to promoting the health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity.
A challenge to get moving in 2022 with the chance to win a year’s gym membership has been won by a local West Fife man.
Get moving in 2022 – that’s the challenge the area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services set locals to get active throughout the year and people across Fife are stepping up.
We have recently released information related to attendance figures to our sites across Fife for the end of 2021.
We welcomed additional Scottish Government funding which will see us deliver additional support to local people living in chronic pain.
We are adapting our health and safety measures in line with the latest Scottish Government announcement confirming that restrictions introduced at the end of last year are to be lifted from Monday, January 24.
Charitable trust challenge to get moving in 2022
Get moving in 2022 – that’s the challenge we’re setting you with our new campaign to encourage us all to get active throughout the year.
We are updating customer on our COVID protocols in light of the latest Scottish Government announcement.
We are reporting the positive effects for customers who are getting active together in its range of group fitness classes.
We are announcing the appointment of our new board chair as we continue to work hard to recover from the impacts of COVID lockdowns and restrictions.
The area’s leading sports and leisure services provider will be giving locals the opportunity to stay active over the festive season with a choice of three centres.
We’re teaming up with Fife Council and working with partners on a series of projects which will deliver benefits for local communities.
We’ve teamed up with Fife Council so that local services delivered at the Tryst Centre in Abbeyview continue while redevelopment work gets underway