Scores of Fife play parks are set to disappear over the next decade as part of a proposed new strategy, it has emerged.
Families in the Touch area of Dunfermline are celebrating the re-opening of their local play park following a major transformation.
No immediate plans have yet been tabled to ‘ban’ smokers in Fife from lighting up near play parks in the Kingdom, although Fife Council said it would consider such a move.
Council bosses have launched a £200,000 drive to fix-up rundown play parks across Perth and Kinross.
Dozens of small play areas across Fife could close under plans to invest in “super parks”.