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
We are teaming up with Fife Council and working with partners on a series of projects which will deliver benefits for local communities.
We are delighted to report our highest number of participants in our aquatic programme, bouncing back from COVID closures by being Scotland’s biggest provider of swimming lessons.
Charitable trust releases attendance figures post-COVID restrictions.
Members of the Fife Flyers are stepping up their training with regular sessions with our teams and facilities.
We are pleased to confirm that remedial works to Carnegie Leisure Centre’s training pool are now complete.
The sports hall at Cupar Sports Centre has re-opened to users following a short closure to replace the facility’s flooring.
The area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services is expanding its offer to further education students across Fife to make it easier and more affordable for them to get the health and wellbeing benefits of getting active.
A health and wellbeing programme delivered by our team to people across Fife living with long-term health conditions, has been featured in a study by Edinburgh Napier University.
As the area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services, we are very happy to be supporting National Fitness Day (Wednesday, September, 22) with a huge giveaway for local communities so that more people can enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of physical activity.
The Scottish Coal Carrying Championships returned to Kelty last Saturday (August 28) and Archie the Hippo made an appearance to cheer on the competitors.
We are marking the first week of normal operations following the lifting of major legal COVID restriction in line with government guidance.
The area’s leading provider of sports and leisure services is adapting its health and safety measures in line with the latest Scottish Government announcement confirming that all major legal COVID restrictions will be lifted.
We are set to welcome active locals back to the Beacon Leisure Centre following its closure last year in line with the Scottish Government’s COVID restrictions.
We are pleased to confirm that doors will open on the facility on June 21, 2021 thanks to work by our teams and Fife Council to make the centre COVID-secure.
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We have seen nearly 95,000 attendances in the past three weeks with locals eager to get active after lockdown.
Our chief executive is welcoming support from customers and our partner, Fife Council, following doors re-opening on facilities.
Left to right: Emma Walker, chief executive, FSLT, Cllr Judy Hamilton, Gregor Sim, duty manager, Rachel Suttie, leisure attendant
We are encouraging people across Fife to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by taking action and getting active.
We are supporting the Mental Health Foundation’s campaign raising awareness by focusing on good mental health and how best to achieve it.
Locals book to get active ahead of doors re-opening for charitable trust
We are reporting that locals are gearing up to secure their opportunity to visit local leisure centres and get active.
We saw over 1,000 bookings in the first 48 hours of re-launching our online booking system ahead of doors opening on Monday, April 26 on our facilities across Fife.