Following the recent Scottish Government announcement, we’d like to assure customers there is no change to the current delivery of our facilities or programmes – gyms, fitness classes and pools are still open for you to get active and feel great!
We are delighted that so many of customers are enjoying our COVID-ready facilities since we re-opened with easy-to-follow guidelines and social distancing measures in place to keep you and staff safe. Here’s what some of our customers have said:
Visiting Michael Woods Sports and Leisure Centre, Glenrothes, customer Gemma Craig, Methil Hill said: "Absolutely amazing to be back – I love seeing the instructors and so glad to be getting back to fitness. I feel really safe coming into the centre and particularly like the space in the sports hall.”
One of the first through the doors at Carnegie Leisure Centre, gym user Nial Patterson, Dunfermline, said: "It's great to be back to the gym so I can mix up my training"
At Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre, the sports hall welcomed group fitness participants including John Doherty, he said: “I’m really grateful for the trust’s online classes since the lockdown but I am delighted to be back – the layout and easy-to-follow safety protocols are great. Staff are really helpful and I’ve missed being in a live classes with instructors.”
Louise Graham form Lochgelly also attended Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre, said: “I felt a bit anxious about returning but I am delighted with the way the sports hall is set up. I also found the online booking easy and I prefer being back to classes than online videos.”
We are open and ready to welcome you back to our facilities! Following the latest Scottish Government announcement regarding COVID-19 restrictions, we’re pleased to confirm there is no change to our current facilities or programmes – gyms, pools and fitness classes are available for booking!
Since re-opening our doors, the trust has seen a positive reaction from customers with customer surveys showing that 99 per cent of those who have visited facilities are satisfied that on arrival there are adequate social distancing and health and safety measures in place, 97 per cent are happy with the protocols for their chosen activity and 100 per cent report that staff are helpful and well-informed about the new Covid measures.
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;
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
> Swimming Lessons
For more info, check out our
frequently asked questions>
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.
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.
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).
|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.
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.
Why is there a 30-minute gap between group fitness classes?
We take the health and safety of our customers seriously. The time gap between classes allows our staff to thoroughly clean the area to ensure you enjoy a safe experience within our centres.
Why are the group fitness classes being held in the sports hall and not the group fitness studio?
We want to ensure the safety of our group fitness customers. To allow us to adhere to the 2-metre social distancing rule, we have used our sports hall to give customers a large, safe space within which to enjoy their class. Why are some classes I used to attend, not on the timetable? We hope you will enjoy the variety of sessions our instructors will deliver for you. To ensure the safety of our customers and to adhere strictly to social distancing restrictions, some sessions cannot be delivered at present. We look forward to being able to extend our group fitness programme when restrictions allow.
How will you ensure that the centre is a safe environment for me to enjoy my group fitness class?
The health and safety of our customers are of the utmost importance to us. Following industry guidelines, enhanced cleaning measures have been put in place, and specific exercise work stations have been defined within sports halls, to ensure you can exercise safely following 2-metre social distancing.
Why are all classes a maximum of 45-minutes?
To ensure the enjoyment and safety of all our group fitness participants, all sessions will be a maximum of 45-minutes to allow us to clean workstations between classes.