Members of Burrelton Bowling and Tennis Club will soon enjoy new facilities thanks to a big donation.
The tennis club has received 4,500 from wind energy developer Banks Renewables to support vital renovation works on its outdoor courts.
With a large junior section and around 35 senior and intermediate members, the tennis club caters for all abilities. The popularity of tennis at the club has, however, resulted in wear and tear of its outdoor courts.
Club secretary Marion Brown, said: “During a time where the country is continuing to embrace the Olympic legacy and with the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, it has never been so important to provide the next generation of sporting stars with quality training facilities.
“Murray mania has undoubtedly inspired youngsters and adults alike to get involved in the sport, which is absolutely fantastic.
“The only downside, of course, is that the surface of our courts has now completely worn down and is in need of repair.”
The funding will provide new all-weather courts, helping the club extend its involvement in hosting tournament play.
Banks is working to secure permission for the six-turbine Bandirran Wind Farm, but has already begun to make money available to local causes through its community fund.
Development director Colin Anderson said the firm was “delighted” to help to “continue to develop Burrelton’s heritage”.