Two city councillors are calling for a public consultation to be held on the closure of a swimming pool.
Martin Greig and Jennifer Stewart have been left angered after the decision to shut Hazlehead swimming pool.
The decision by Sport Aberdeen comes after its budget was cut by £405,000 by Aberdeen City Council earlier this year.
Hazlehead, as well as Kincorth swimming pool, will close in August due to under usage and budget cuts.
The councillors who both represent the Hazlehead area said they would like to see a public consultation set up to allow the public to have their say on the closures.
Cllr Greig said: “A public consultation would be useful to gauge opinions, however, any consultation would have to include accurate information.
“User groups were not included in the stats so once they are then a consultation can take place.”
Cllr Stewart also mentioned the figures at the swimming pool and said the Hazlehead pool should be kept open.
She said: “The figures are misleading.
“Saying there are 32 people on average use the swimming pool a day is misleading, this only takes in four hours of the day which is public time and does not include the swimming lessons at the pool.
“Many people use the swimming pool and I believe it is yet another attack on the West End in Aberdeen.”
A Sport Aberdeen spokesman said: “Sport Aberdeen will shortly present our long-term plan to modernise sports and physical activity facilities. This will ensure that people in Aberdeen have accessible, value for money opportunities they need to get active.”