An Aberdeen sports centre is currently undergoing a modernisation project.
The Beacon Centre in Bucksburn is the latest facility operated by Sport Aberdeen to benefit from improvements.
The £21,000 works to the centre started on Monday and are anticipated to take a week to finish.
The facility, which is located within the Bucksburn Community Campus, currently includes space for gym and fitness class venues, a large multi-activity sports hall, dance studio and squash courts.
As well as fitness areas, it also has meeting rooms, a youth drop-in centre and a creche.
Upgrades being carried out include the existing gym being refitted, with new Pulse Fitness cardio and resistance equipment installed. There will also be a new strength and conditioning suite formed, which will include free weights, power sled and lifting platform.
As work is ongoing, there will be no access to the fitness gym until August 21. Members of the public will also not be able to access the ground-floor reception area, changing rooms and sports hall until August 20.
A temporary reception will be in place with an entrance accessible from Kepplehills Road.
David Selkirk, director of community leisure operations, said: “With over £21,000 of capital investment allocated to the project, the centre will benefit from a remodelled reception area and significant upgrade to the existing gym facility, including modern cardio and fixed resistance equipment worth more than £60,000.”