PLANS unveiling detailed artist impressions of how Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre and Library is set to look after an £8 million refurbishment have been released.

The current centre is set to shut for 14 months when work gets underway in April next year.

The library on High Street will close and relocate to the centre once work has been completed.

The project is set to cost £8 million with Fife Council setting aside £7.8 million and then £250,000 from the education and children's services for the library to relocate.

The new images showcase what the new-look facility will have done to it.

Scott Urquhart, Head of Operations at Fife Sports, and Leisure Trust, said: "Working together with Fife Council and Fife Cultural Trust, we're excited to breathe new life into Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre.

"Starting in April 2024, this project will create an integrated hub for leisure and culture. We're thrilled to share these plans and look forward to making a positive impact on our community."

Further details of the plans can be found on the Fife Sport and Leisure Trust website.