Volunteers aiming to revive a treasured Aberdeen landmark have thanked those who filled in a survey to help.
And they are now hoping their supporters will fill in a second questionnaire.
Trustees of Save Bon Accord Baths have a £10,000 Lotto grant to research what features people would like to see when the building reopens in a few years.
More than 1,000 people filled in the first survey and now the trustees have published a second, which asks how often visitors would want to make use of facilities such as an arts centre and cafe and how much they would spend on each visit.
A spokesman for the trustees said: “This second survey follows on from the first and explores some of the themes which have come up – the things which you have told us are important.”
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He added: “Please take a couple of minutes to complete the second survey because it is another very important step in the planning process.” The lotto grant will pay for independent consultants to analyse the survey results, helping the trustees apply for further grants and loans.
The Bon Accord Baths welcomed generations of swimmers between 1940 and 2008, when the building was closed by the council.
In May, vandals gained entry into the sealed-off baths, scrawled graffiti on the sides of the pool and damaged furniture and wooden boards.