Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre has been given a three-star award following a thorough review of the centre, its facilities and staff.
The Visit Scotland award means that it has achieved a ‘very good’ rating, just one point away from a much-coveted ‘excellent’ standard which would give the facility a four-star rating.
The Centre which is managed and operated by Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, has become a popular venue for locals thanks to a much wider choice of facilities and programmes than were previously available at the town’s old swimming pool.
The report praised the cleanliness of the building, both exterior and interior, the helpful staff and the extent of information available on the Trust’s website for customers.
The report also commended the facilities and the availability of activities for all ages and abilities scored highly.
Andrew Stewart, area leisure manager, Fife Sports and Leisure Trust, said: “We are pleased with the Visit Scotland rating and the fact that we were so close to achieving a four-star rating gives us something to strive towards.
“We will continue to ensure that it delivers high-quality facilities and a great range of programmes so that more people can access leisure opportunities.”