Denny Sports Centre, Falkirk Town Hall Theatre and the Bo’ness Hippodrome will be closed as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to be felt locally.
The community trust has also decided to cancel all children’s sports lessons and its Easter holiday activity programme.
In a statement on its website the trust said the decisions had been taken following advice from the Scottish Government relating to social distancing measures to reduce the transmission of Covid-19.
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It said: “We understand that our customers will be disappointed and we appreciate your patience and support at this time.
“Falkirk Community Trust has committed to offer a full refund for all events/activities and so please email our bookings team on [email protected] with key detail including your name, activity and date and venue to facilitate this.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused, however our responsibility for the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers is a priority.”
All other venues run by the trust currently remain open, operating in line with current official recommendations.