Thousands of young swimmers in Fife are to get a lesson covering self-rescue and life-saving skills in the largest coordinated water safety lesson ever seen in Scotland.
The results are in from the 2019 Glenrothes Road Running Festival 10K.
A Dunfermline-born football star is helping young children, especially girls, get involved in the game.
Turning personal loss into a fundraising challenge to help others has helped a local man to cope with the sudden death of his mother.
Pupils from 17 primary schools across North East Fife had an active morning of running, swimming and cycling in the region’s first triathlon taster day.
Thanks to a partnership with Triathlon Scotland and Active Schools, we hosted a schools triathlon event at Cupar Sports Centre which saw 575 participants.
Our chief executive has welcomed the latest attendance figures to leisure centres across Fife, thanking local people for continuing to support the charitable trust.
Figures released by us for April 2018 to March 2019, show that there were over 2.5 million attendances to our centres. The figures show that we are delivering on our commitment to get more people more active more of the time.
We are launching our own fundraising initiative which will see all funds raised invested in the health and wellbeing of local communities.
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We are welcoming back customers to a new-look Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre following an extensive refurbishment programme as doors open on the new gym and fitness studio this Saturday, 16, March.
Carnegie Rotary Club has achieved a fantastic fundraising challenge with a double marathon swim at Carnegie Leisure Centre.
We’re pleased to announce three revamped gyms have been delivered by us for the West Fife community with locals set to benefit from a wider range of state-of-the-art gym equipment and specially-designed workout spaces.
Work continues on site at Levenmouth Swimming Pool and Sports Centre and we are looking forward to unveilling the upgraded facility.
We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of one of our most popular leisure centres with local customers.
We are unveiling a new, multi-purpose playing surface in the sports hall of its Kirkcaldy facility.
Waterstone Crook Sports Centre is shining brighter this year thanks to an upgrade in its Visit Scotland rating from two to three stars.
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.
The 2019 Glenrothes Road Running Festival will take place on Sunday 16th June at Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre.
We will be providing locals with the opportunity to stay active over the festive season with a choice of three centres.
A physical activity initiative has delivered real health and wellbeing benefits to residents of a local care home by getting participants more physically active.
Fife’s first indoor football training facility has opened its doors and is now welcoming customers.
The Fife Council and sportscotland funded facility at Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre will be managed by us – the region’s leading sports and leisure service provider.