Carnegie Leisure Centre maintains four star quality

Upgrades to changing areas, gym equipment and layout – just a few of the highlights in a recent Visit Scotland inspection report praising Carnegie Leisure Centre.

Following the thorough review of the centre, its facilities and staff, Carnegie Leisure Centre has been awarded the much-coveted four-star award for another year. The Visit Scotland award means the centre has achieved an ‘excellent’ rating, recording an impressive score on all aspects for visitor experience.

The Visit Scotland report praises the standards of staff and maintenance of the facility.

The Visit Scotland inspector said: “I am pleased to confirm your Four Star Award again this year. Since our last visit, the changing village area now benefits from new wet wall in the private shower areas which has helped to consolidate scoring and helped refreshed overall appearance with other recognised improvement upgrades being viewed favourably as a work in progress.

Photo caption: Fife Sports and Leisure Trust staff Jimmy Dunbar, area leisure manager, Laura Brown, cleaner and Amy Webster, receptionist with the Visit Scotland Award.

“The gym benefits from new state-of-the-art equipment and other exceptional elements such as the Olympic-style weight platform.”

James Dunbar, area leisure manager, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, said: “We are very pleased that Carnegie Leisure Centre has been rated so highly once again and that our work to deliver high-standards for customers is recognised – as a charitable trust, we rely on their support which allows us to re-invest profits back into facilities for the benefit of the local community.

“We will be taking on board all the feedback from the Visit Scotland report so that we can strive to implement suggestions and continually improve our facilities. Our goal is always to meet, and where possible, to exceed customer service expectations.”