LEISURE CENTRE : CONDITIONS
All children under 8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult on a 2:1 basis (2 children per one adult)
We advise that you do tell us if you have an illness or disability and if you are on long term medication.
Induction required to use the fitness suite, 14-16 year olds must be accompanied by an adult.
All under 16s access to internet must be supervised.
In the interest of safety, we cannot allow anyone who we believe to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs to use the facility.
High Life Membership
(Download Membership form below)
All Inclusive High Life Card – Designed for those who use the centre regularly.
Unlimited access to the Fitness suite, sports hall and all sporting activities as scheduled (see terms and conditions) you pay a set monthly amount by Direct Debit or an equivalent annual lump sum by cash, cheque or debit card. All that we ask is that you commit for 12 months!
Individual subscription - £20.00 per month
Family Subscription - £30.00 per month
Hospitality Membership – entitles the accommodation provider to 4 cards for their guests. Get in touch for details.
Budget – If your household is in receipt of income support, Pension Credit guarantee, Job Seekers Allowance (income Based) or if you are on Disability Living Allowance or Attendance allowance you pay 50p per activity.
Pay as You Go – if you use the Centre occasionally then Pay As You Go is the deal for you! You pay the advertised activity prices on each visit. See
If you are under 18 years old, or in full time education or over 60 years old, you pay half the adult activity price.
Please note: The ‘all inclusive High Life subscription’ applies to all sporting activities only. It does NOT include internet access or Learning Centre Courses
Your High Life all inclusive card also entitles you to use any of the other facilities within the Highlands wherever you see the High Life scheme logo.
Please see the pdf for other facilities, terms and conditions of use.
Other High Life Facilities included in the scheme
Alness Swimming Pool (Tel 01349 88245601349 882456)
Averon Leisure Centre, Alness (Tel 01349 88228701349 882287)
Arainn Fhinn, Portree (Tel 01478 61481901478 614819)
Aviemore Swimming Pool (Tel 08448 79915208448 799152)
Badenoch Centre, Kingussie (Tel 01540 66248501540 662485)
Black Isle Leisure Centre, Fortrose 01381 62125201381 621252
Craig MacLean Centre, Granton on Spey (Tel 01479 87028101479 870281)
Culloden Academy Complex (Tel 01463 79279401463 792794)
Dingwall Leisure Centre (Tel 01349 86422601349 864226)
Gairloch Leisure Centre (Tel 01445 71234501445 712345)
Invergordon Leisure Centre (Tel 01349 85368901349 853689)
Inverness Leisure (use of pools/athletics track only) (Tel 01463 66751401463 667514)
Lochaber Leisure Centre, Fort William (Tel 01397 70435901397 704359)
Lochalsh Leisure Centre, Kyle of Lochalsh (Tel 01599 53484801599 534848)
Lochbroom Leisure Centre, Ullapool (Tel 01854 61288401854 612884)
Nairn Leisure (Tel 01667 45306101667 453061)
Poolewe Swimming Pool (Tel 01445 78134501445 781345)
Sutherland Swimming Pool, Golspie (Tel 01408 63343701408 633437)
Thurso Swimming Pool (Tel 01847 89326001847 893260)
TRACC, Tain (Tel 01862 89376701862 893767)
Wick Swimming Pool (Tel 01955 60371101955 603711)
AND at any library in the Highland area to borrow books.
Click below to download the PDF with other details of membership.
Note: To use fitness room equipment in any of the above centres, a separate induction is required. This is free to all-inclusive High Life card holders.
The Learning Centre strives to make a difference to the lives of people in Assynt by providing opportunities which enhance education, increase employability and encourage enterprise.
We work with adults of all ages and abilities as well as local community groups and businesses in developing peoples’ skills. A lot of our programmes are free, sometimes there is a small fee and where courses lead to an accredited qualification then an Individual Learning Account (ILA) may be available.
Join in our Autumn and Winter programme of Adult Education Classes. There’s a wide range to choose from across topics as varied as Arts and Crafts, Languages, Technology, Traditional Skills, the Landscape and Environment. The classes keep changing too to keep up with demand. We have a bank of talented, local Tutors to run the classes, which adds a special dimension to the learning experience.
And if you are thinking of a college or university course, come and talk to us too as we have links with North Highland College, West Highland College and the University of the Highlands and Islands.
For Community Groups and Businesses we can organise Regulatory training such as First Aid and Food Hygiene.
And together with North Highland College we can help you to increase your staff’s skills through accredited training such as Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) and Modern Apprenticeships. To arrange a meeting about this just call the Learning Centre on 01571 844123
Finding funding to enable the Learning Centre to offer a range of services is always ongoing and we are keen to generate employment opportunities where we can. But there’s a place for volunteers too, especially helping with adult literacy work and language skills. Let us know about your skills if you want to get involved.
Contact the Learning Centre Team on 01571 844123 or write to The Learning Centre, Assynt Leisure, Culag New Pier, Lochinver, Sutherland, IV27 4JP or email email@example.com.
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Sport, Youth & Learning Centre
Culag New Pier
Sutherland IV27 4JP
Tel. 01571 844123