BOTH indoor and outdoor leisure and community facilities across Clydebank will close their doors in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus.

West Dunbartonshire Leisure Trust announced that they took the difficult decision to suspend all services and activities to the public from Friday, March 20 - until further notice.

The trust encouraged their customers to remain active where possible and hoped for them to stay healthy and safe.

A statement read: "All membership categories will be frozen with no fees. Customers do not require to take any action regarding their membership.

"Swimming lessons and gymnastics direct debits will be automatically frozen with no fees.

"Regular bookings and regular lets will be retained when the facilities re-open.

"Any prepaid memberships or block bookings memberships will be frozen and activated again when we reopen for the remainder of your prepaid term.

"For all Sports Development classes, credits and refunds will be offered upon reopening."