Notice of the AGM of Glenrothes Community Sports and Health Hub SC045658 to take place on Monday 7th November 2022 at 6.30pm within the Hub building, is hereby given.
As per the constitution of GCSHH; any individual person over the age of 18 who wishes to become a member of GCSHH and attend and vote at the AGM, must ...
Bums off Seats is a Fife Walking Initiative, providing free local health walking opportunities in Fife and all walks are led by a trained team of Volunteer Walk Leaders.
A health walk is a free, short, local walk and is suitable for most people, even if you have a long term health condition such as Dementia ...
We are delighted to be launching a new chair-ercise line dancing session for seniors with Ginny Snedden. Sessions will be held Tuesday mornings 11:00-11:45 at £1.50 per session. Then hang back and have a cuppa and a catch-up with others. First session is Tuesday 3 May so please get booked in and help spread the ...
Post funded by The National Lottery, Community Fund
30 hours per week
The main role of the Hub Manager is to maximise the use of the Glenrothes Community Sports & Health Hub through increased bookings and development of new activities, projects & community events, and to research, compile and complete ...
Donated to the Hub by our partner club Glenrothes Athletic, a picnic bench has been installed outside the clubhouse in memory of Sandy Waterson founding member of Glenrothes Community Sports Hub.
A fantastic space to relax and take in the sight and sounds of the park.
We have an exciting opportunity to work with us at the Hub to enhance opportunities in health and wellness, leisure, social and fitness for fun for many in and around the local community.
The role is part-time at 10 hours per week, £9.50 per hour. Note that it is essential to have a driving licence and transport.
The Sporting Memories Club at the Hub has been a tremendous success since it launched back in September 2021.
Meeting every Thursday morning from 10:30-12:00 the members enjoy the weekly ...
Many thanks to the Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project (KASP) for an amazing donation of new toys, books and presents for use at our Parent and Toddlers session and other activities at the Hub.
KASP exists to provide support which aims to eliminate the debilitating effects that childhood sexual abuse can have on adult ...
Our toddler sessions are evolving to become "Parent and Toddler : Music and Movement".
These sessions will provide fun through music and movement to help develop body control and a sense of rhythm. Toys and games available also.
£2 per family for each session includes a snack and juice for kids and a cuppa and ...
A massive THANK YOU to everyone that came along and helped at the Gilvenbank Park community clean up event earlier today.
Over 20 people were out reaching just about every corner of the park and came back with an astounding amount of rubbish!
Great to see local groups such as Glenrothes Gladiators junior cricket ...