Claire Mennim

Claire Mennim has no shortage of fond memories at The Helix park one of her favourites being a dance flash mob she took part in 10 years ago, just as the Kelpies were being built. Read more

Donya and Wallace

Donya and Wallace make the most of Leith Links in Edinburgh enjoying the big openness of the park, enjoying the fresh air and meeting human as well as canine friends. Read more

Eleanor & family

The family has been visiting Mugdock Country Park since 1944 – a tradition that has spanned generations. Now even though the family is spread far apart they visit the park when they are together. Read more

Iga Sobieraj

Learning her craft at summer camp in Poland at age 17. Years later, she was reminded of the joy it brought her seeing fire dancers on the beach in Thailand. She began to practise in Leith’s Pilrig Park. Read more

Greg Borthwick

Greg grew up near Roslin Glen, and now takes his own children to the same park he used to visit with his father, continuing his own childhood traditions Read more

Julie Procter

Julie Procter sees parks as a vital part of Scotland’s communities while spending time in her own local greenspace, Laigh Hills Park in Dunblane to let the stress of the world go away for a wee while Read more

Rie Cushley & family

Three generations of Rie’s family visit Strathclyde Country Park regularly because they say it feels like home and everyone there treats them like family. Read more

Rosie Rutherford

Rosie and her family have been involved in development of new playpark on the Isle of Coll, the island’s first public play park for the local children. Read more

Scott Williamson

Scott knows Silverburn Park inside and out having been a visitor, volunteer and now Campsite Manager. Read more

Shona and Zac Bowie

Shona Bowie and her son Zac have been visiting the Bellshill pump track at Strathclyde Country Park all summer, where BMXing has become an outlet for Zac, who has autism, to focus his mind and get out his energy. Read more

Stephen McGuire

Chatelherault Country Park in my eyes is the most beautiful park in South Lanarkshire. I live within walking distance which means I go there multiple times every week. Read more

Tom McAra

Tom McAra and his sister started Rebel PT in Aberdeen as a way to bring adults together to train and work out in nature. But this exercise group is not just about fitness – it’s about creating community and getting outdoors rain or shine. Read more

Willie Mungall

Retired Royal Marine Commando Willie Mungall began his habit of weekly walks in Saughton Park last year, when he started taking part in Health All Round’s ‘Walk with a Doc’ programme. Read more