A charity which supports people with disabilities is attempting to raise £3.6 million to build brand new premises in the city.
The Yard Dundee wants to boost its bank balance over the next few years to create its own base.
Launched in 2015, it runs family sessions every weekend at shared premises in Rainbow House, Mid Craigie.
The charity is now in the early planning stages of a capital fundraising appeal to create a brand new, purpose-built playground and centre in the city at a plot of land in Douglas.
The Yard’s director of development, Jenny MacDonald, said: “Our families are really looking forward to having their very own The Yard Dundee.
“We need to raise £3.6m to make our dream a reality.
“We have put together a team of amazing volunteers to form our campaign board.
“We are also approaching funders such as key trusts and foundations that support projects for disabled children in Scotland.
“We will also be seeking support from the Dundee community – companies, small businesses and individuals can all help us by donating funds, gifts in kind and, of course, their time.
“Our aim is to secure the majority of funds needed over the next couple of years.
“We will then go public with our final push and ask everyone to get involved in opening our brand new space.”
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The Yard is an adventure play service which has been supporting disabled children, young people and their families in the east of Scotland for more than 30 years.
It was established in 1986.
Young adults who have grown up as members of The Yard can also attend a Saturday evening club, which is aimed to help with the transition into adulthood.