An Aberdeen sports centre has reopened after a £350,000 refurbishment.
Sheddocksley Sports Centre, which is owned and operated by Sport Aberdeen, was closed to undergo an overhaul.
It included the introduction of a 60-unit fitness studio, a dedicated training room and a group exercise studio.
Works were also undertaken to revamp the reception of the centre, as well as major landscaping work and lighting to the centre’s exterior.
A mural has also been designed to adorn the outside of the centre, designed by Kekun Studio.
Colin Taylor, chairman of Sport Aberdeen, said: “It is very exciting for us to welcome the local community back into their newly modernised centre.
“I am delighted that we have been able to make this important investment and am grateful to Aberdeen City Council who also supported the project.
“The investment into Get active @Sheddocksley has vastly enhanced the offering available to the people of Sheddocksley and improved the extensive range of facilities that Sport Aberdeen provides across the city.
“Sport Aberdeen is committed to creating opportunities and inspiring and supporting people to participate in physical activity, including those who are not currently regularly active.
“I am confident Get active @Sheddocksley, and everything it offers, will be a real attraction to new members as well as our current loyal customer base.”
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While the centre is open daily starting on Monday from 6am to 10pm, an official opening ceremony, along with a renaming event, is due to take place “later in the year”, according to Sport Aberdeen.
The work started in April, with a four-week closure to allow for initial construction to take place.
Of the cash invested in the refurbishment, £50,000 was from Aberdeen City Council.
The construction was carried out by KW Contractors and Hutcheon Services, based on designs by Lippe Architects and Macleod and Aitken.