VANDALS targeted new changing rooms created as part of a village community project for a second time last week.

Ormiston residents were angered to discover the new facility had been struck again, with a door window smashed and graffitti damage caused to the main doors.

The changing rooms are part of a project to invest in Ormiston’s park, turning it into a family hub for the community.

Last Friday, images of the damage were shared to the Ormi Folks and Ormiston Football Club Facebook pages (see below), sparking calls for CCTV to be placed at the changing rooms.

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Club manager Richard Weir, who posted the pictures, said: “Second time already that the window has been smashed. Hope who [did] this feels really proud of themselves.”

Friends of Ormiston Park has been leading a community effort to have the park renovated, replacing the old pavilion with new facilities, laying out new paths and investing in play equipment.

A spokesperson for East Lothian Council said: “It is very disappointing that this great new facility has been the subject of vandalism. We will carry out any necessary repairs and our anti-social behaviour team is aware and will be carrying out extra patrols in the area.”