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 will soon roll-out a phased re-opening programme to ensure the safety of customers and staff – it will see Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre in Glenrothes, Carnegie Leisure Centre and Pitreavie Athletics Centre, in Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre opening doors first, followed by East Sands Leisure Centre, Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre, Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre and Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre on Monday, September 28.
The next phase will see Duloch Leisure Centre, Cupar Leisure Centre, Bowhill Swimming Pool and Waterstone Crook Leisure Centre welcoming customers on Monday, October 12, followed by the Beacon Leisure Centre on Monday, October 26.
Ahead of the phased re-opening we released details of our online booking system and programme timetables, and, we will soon launch a new customer app so that customers can easily access facilities with the new Covid measures in place.
Scott Urquhart, sports and physical activity team manager for Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, said: “Our staff and facilities are ready and we are very much looking forward to welcoming customers back to their local facilities. We’re sure that customers will be confident in the protocols we have in place which are in line with government, NHS Scotland and industry guidelines.
“We understand customers across Fife will be eager to get back to their local leisure centres and we would appeal for understanding as we step up preparations as quickly and as safely as we can. I’d also like to thank them for their support and goodwill during the closure of our facilities.”
For further information, and to take a virtual tour of the trust’s Covid safe and healthy measures in centres, click here