Glasgow City Council will increase prices for Glasgow Club activities due to "financial difficulties".

Most changes will come into effect from May 1.

Casual swimming admission will rise from £3 to £4 for adults and from £1 to £2 for children and concessions.

Exclusive lane swimming hire will now cost £15.

Fitness classes, including ActivClub sessions, and pay-as-you-go access will cost £6, up from £5.y

Badminton court hire will increase to £11, from £9 for adults and to £8, from £6.50 for kids.

Annual golf course fees will jump from £195 to £260 for adults, from £130 to £155 for concessions and from £100 to £120 for juniors.

Football pitch hires, per person, per hour, will inflate starting August 1.

For adults, this will mean a rise to £5, from £4, and for children, to £2.50, from £2.

A spokesperson from Glasgow City Council said: "Glasgow Sport prices have remained unchanged since 2018, but like everyone else we are facing increasing costs.

"Glasgow Life is increasing sports charges as a result of these financial pressures.

"The changes, listed below, are benchmarked against a sportscotland review of charges from 2021/22, where comparable prices can be found."