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In keeping with the Scottish Government’s announcement regarding protocols to be followed in relation to the spread and containment of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Level 3 local protection measures,  we will not be able to provide indoor group exercise classes or sports for adults.

We will put the restriction to indoor fitness classes, including its self-funded health and wellbeing programme which supports people living with long-term conditions, adult swimming lessons and indoor sports such as racquet sports,  unless both players are from the same household, into effect on Friday, November 13. The measure will be in place until Scottish Government advice states that it is appropriate for adult indoor group exercise and sports to resume.

Customers will still be able to enjoy our gyms, swimming pools and outdoor pitches. Activities designed for under 18s, including swimming lessons, will also be unaffected.  

Emma Walker, chief executive for Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, said: “We are acting in line with the Scottish Government’s COVID local protection measures, and, following the confirmation that Fife is now in Level 3, we will no longer be able to offer our fitness class and health and wellbeing programmes and organised indoor sports for adults. 

“The health and safety of our customers and staff is our number one priority, and we understand that customers, who have been enjoying our fitness programme and sports hall activities since we re-opened our facilities across the region, will be disappointed. However, as we have extremely good health and safety and social distancing measures in place, we are in a good position to resume our programme as quickly as possible when permitted.”

Fitness class and health and wellbeing participants, as well as Leisure Active members and those with sports hall bookings, will be notified of the change to our service.

Find out more details on:

Leisure Active Membership
Group Fitness Sessions
Learn to Swim Programme



Details of our phased re-opening


Forever Young

Our phased return

To ensure the safety of our customers and staff we will be rolling out a phased re-opening programme, the leisure centres that are now open are;


Find out more details of
our other facilities >




Our services

We're looking forward to welcoming you back to being active and feeling great, click on the links below to find out about the services we will be delivering soon!

> Public Swimming
> Health Classes
> Children's Classes
> Club Block/Bookings
> Group Fitness
> Leisure Active Membership
> Gym
> Swimming Lessons

For more info, check out our
frequently asked questions>





Our online booking facility

You'll need to book to gain access to our gyms, group fitness classes and swimming pools, as part of our Covid-19 health and safety measures.

If you’re a member you can click the link below to book online now. This includes Leisure Active members, Gym users, or an Active Concession holders

Book Online Now  Online Booking Help 


If you’re not a member click the link below so we can create an account for you. Once that account has been created you will then be able to register for online booking.

Register here for online booking


Please note, booking can also be done by calling the leisure centre direct.




Our safety measures

We've produced a virtual walk-through of our facilities to demonstrate what you can expect when our doors open.

Changes to equipment supply
As part of our new Covid safety protocols, to reduce the risk of potential Coronavirus spread, we will no longer be able to supply certain equipment. We would advise customers to bring with them the following equipment if participating in associated activities: yoga/exercise mats, tennis balls, shuttlecocks, racquets, footballs.

Face masks
Customers entering our facilities should wear face coverings before and after their activity or within non-activity areas of the facility (e.g. reception, changing rooms and walking through the facility).

Phased re-opening of our leisure centres

Phase 1 A Opening Phase 1B Opening Phase Two Opening Phase Three Opening
14th September 2020 28th September 2020 12th October 2020 To be confirmed.
Carnegie Leisure Centre

Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre

Michael Woods Sports & Leisure Centre

Pitreavie Athletics Centre
Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre

Dalgety Bay Sports & Leisure Centre

East Sands Leisure Centre

Levenmouth Swimming Pool & Sports Centre
Bowhill Leisure Centre

Cupar Sports Centre

Duloch Leisure Centre
Beacon Leisure Centre

Remember, you can use your Leisure Active membership at any of our leisure centres but if you don’t want to start up just yet, make sure and fill out the form below.  



We've put together some frequently asked questions and answers, to let you know what changes to expect and to explain why we've had to change the way we operate our services in relation to Covid-19 regulations. 

We will be updating this section regularly as we finalise our preparations, so please check for the latest updates. 

Thank you for your patience.


Will I have to pre-book a swimming session?
Yes, due to social distancing, we will have to limit the number of people in our centres. To do this, you will be required to pre-book your activity in advance. This means, that it will not be possible during the first phase of our reopening to attend without pre-booking. Thank you in advance for your co-operation with this important health and safety measure. 

How will the changing rooms and lockers work pre-swim?
Changing rooms will have restricted access due to the size of the area and will operate on a one-way travel system - follow the signage or ask a member of staff for directions to and from the pool area. Allocated cubicles and lockers will be provided. To reduce time in changing rooms, we ask that that you consider arriving with your swimwear under your clothes.

How does a swimming session work?
All swim sessions must be pre-booked before arriving at the centre. Please use our online booking service or contact the centre you’d prefer to visit for your swim. 

Are there time limits for a swimming session?
All swimming bookings will be limited to one-hour sessions and will be controlled by a colour band system.
Can I have a shower and use the changing rooms after swimming session?
After your swim, follow the signage or ask a member of staff to guide you back to the changing area. There will be limited showers available, but we would suggest that it would be preferable to shower at home.

Will the toilets be open?
Yes, a limited number of toilets will be open at each site and subject to an enhanced cleaning schedule. Again, there are Covid-19 measures in place to ensure you can access the toilets safely by limiting entry to one person at a time.

Why is there so little evening and weekend public swimming available?
We are sorry we are unable to provide a full swimming timetable, but, as you can appreciate, the closure of all our facilities due to Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the organisation and our staff. Please be assured that we are working hard to maximise the facilities and programmes on offer while working within the highest health and safety guidelines to protect staff and customers. As and when we are able to expand our timetable, we will communicate this with customers. As a charitable trust, we are committed to accessible sports and leisure opportunities, and now, more than ever, your support is extremely valuable as we deliver our phased re-opening program

How do I book a gym session?
All sessions should be booked online or via the FastTrack booking system. All sessions can be booked online, please ensure you register with our online booking system. 

How long before my session should I arrive?
Please arrive 'Gym ready' no more than 5 minutes prior to the start of your gym session.

How long is a gym session?
Gym sessions are limited to a maximum of 55-minutes. Due to the restricted numbers allowed in the gym at any one time, we want to make sure that we give all our customers the opportunity to stay active and feel great, so, we have limited each gym session to 55 minutes.

How do I know the equipment is clean?
Staff are on hand to clean the equipment throughout the day, and we also expect customers to clean their own equipment before and after each use. Staff have received additional training in response to the Covid-19 health and safety requirements and will be regularly cleaning all gym equipment throughout the day to ensure our customers enjoy a safe visit. In addition, all customers will be asked to clean equipment before and after use. Cleaning stations will be clearly marked within the gym.

Are there time limits for the use of equipment?
Yes. We ask that you limit your time on any one piece of equipment to 20 minutes. This will allow everyone the opportunity to use the equipment. If the gym is quieter, this can be extended, but if people are waiting please keep to the 20 minutes as suggested. We want to give all customers the opportunity to use the equipment that is available for use. To do this, we ask that at busy times, you limit your use of each piece of equipment to 20 minutes. We thank you in advance for your support.

Can I shower after my Gym visit?
Unfortunately, the shower areas will not be unavailable, we ask that customers please shower at home.

Can I request to use a specific piece of equipment that is not in use?
While we would like to rotate equipment in and out of use due to the 2-metre rule, this is not reasonably practical for us to achieve across all our gyms so we have listed what will be available for you to use and our staff can offer an alternative exercise to work the area/muscle you want to target. To ensure all our customers can get active safely we have identified a wide range of gym equipment that can be used during this time. Our website will clearly show what equipment is available in each venue and all equipment within our centres has been clearly labelled. Our gym staff will be on hand to offer you any support and guidance you need while we work with these new procedures.