Work on installing an outdoor table tennis table at an Aberdeen park has been completed.
The concrete table was officially installed in Seaton Park.
The project had been in the works for a year, and was pushed forward by the Friends of Seaton Park group.
It cost more than £5,000 to fund, with the cost being partly funded through an Aberdeen City Council U Decide grant after the group was successful in applying for money.
The table is available for anyone to use and there are also some bats and balls for people to use if they don’t have their own.
Sheila Gordon, chairwoman of Friends of Seaton Park, said: “It’s amazing.
“It was last year that we got the funding, but it took a while to decide where was best to put the table, and to get people to put it in.”
The table travelled up from the south of England, and has been installed near to the car park.
Sheila said: “As part of the deal we received some bats and balls as well. If people want to bring their own that’s fine, but we do have in case there is anyone who hasn’t got but wants to play.
“Everyone is welcome to come along.
“I went along to see it and there was a group of kids playing so that was good to see.”
The Friends group has been busy in the past few months making improvements to the park and it was announced last week that Seaton Park’s Green Flag Award has been renewed.
The Allotment Market Stall has also set up shop in the park, and will be in place every Friday between 10am and 1pm until October, offering visitors to the green space the opportunity to purchase some fresh fruit and vegetables which have been grown in allotments across Aberdeen.
This year’s Great Aberdeen Run will also make its way through Seaton Park for the first time.
Sheila said: “It’ll be great to showcase the park.”