Sports hall gets a revamp

The sports hall at Cupar Sports Centre has re-opened to users following a short closure to replace the facility’s flooring.

From left to right: Isla Lorimer, leisure attendant, Mya Watson, leisure attendant and Sean Hume, leisure attendant with University of Third Age, regular users of the sports hall, enjoying racquet sports.


We are welcoming customers back to the revamped hall thanks to investment by Fife Council to upgrade the sports hall floor.

The popular sports hall is host to a variety of users including clubs and programmes delivered by us such as our award-winning health programme supporting people living with long-term health conditions and group fitness classes.

Grant Stevenson, area leisure manager for Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, said: “It’s great to unveil the upgraded sports hall to customers and we’d like to thank them for their patience while the work was completed.”

Councillor Judy Hamilton, Convener of Fife Council’s Housing and Communities Committee added: “We’re delighted to see our investment to replace the sports hall flooring at Cupar Sports Centre come to fruition. Our investment in these facilities is an investment in the health and wellbeing of our community, and we’re very pleased that the centre will be able to accommodate a wide range of users and encourage new users and new sports to the hall, including football, badminton, basketball, netball and volleyball and keeping our community active.” For further information on Cupar Sports Centre’s facilities, click here.