Plans are taking shape to improve a popular country park in Swindon.
Swindon Borough Council is hashing out a range of changes to Coate Water.
A new splash park - or a similar alternative - will replace the condemned outdoor water facility that closed in July, after a fault developed during routine maintenance, and never reopened.
The lake will be cleaned up so that the water quality improves, making it a better habitat for wildlife.
An updated mini-golf course will be added to the existing pitch, putt, and crazy golf area as an extra leisure offering for park visitors.
A new £150,000 café or restaurant is in the pipeline to replace the existing cafe.
When these plans were first announced in July, Coun Chris Watts said money for the new £250,000 splash park had been in place for some time but had not yet been used.
In recent months, the park's historic listed diving board received a careful deep clean, at a cost of £100,000, and a new £500,000 accessible playground opened.
On Sunday, the local authority teased that more information about the plans for the rest of the park revamp will be shared soon.