Fife Sports and Leisure Trust has confirmed it will not be able to provide indoor group exercise classes or sports for adults when the region moves into Tier 3.
The charitable trust will put the restriction on indoor fitness classes, including its self-funded health and wellbeing programme which supports people living with long-term conditions and indoor sports such as racquet sports, as well as adult swimming lessons, into effect on Friday.
The measure will be in place until Scottish Government advice states it is appropriate for adult indoor group exercise and sports to resume.
Customers will still be able to enjoy the trust’s 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.
“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 the trust’s service.