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Young Placechangers Skills Bank

Are you a planner, ecologist, urban designer, landscape architect, archaeologist, youth worker or youth work training provider or other professional? Then the Young Placechangers Skills Bank could be for you!Read more

Falkirk Council draft food growing strategy approved

The draft community food growing strategy was approved for public consultation at Falkirk Council’s Executive Committee on 15 JanuaryRead more

Pitscurry Red Squirrel Trail

In Aberdeenshire, £10,000 Bags of Help funding was used to create a Red Squirrel Trail, a cosy indoor viewing area with wildlife information and the planting of some trees and a mixed living hedge.Read more

Out to Play - practical guidance from Scottish Government

Out to Play is an online ‘How To’ guide which provides step-by-step guidance and practical advice for early learning and childcare settings and practitioners on how to access outdoor spaces to create safe, nurturing and inspiring outdoor learning experiencesRead more

Go Kayaking at Pinkston Watersports

Tesco Bags of Help provided funding of £5,000 to get young people from north Glasgow outdoors, active and into the water.Read more

Scottish Wildlife Trust recruiting for next phase of the Cumbernauld Living Landscape project

The Cumbernauld Living Landscape partnership is looking for a project manager and communications officer for the Heritage Lottery funded Creating Natural Connections projectRead more

Parks for People programme evaluation tender

The Heritage Lottery Fund and the Big Lottery Fund have announced the tender for the Parks for People programme - the deadline for tender submissions is 28 JanuaryRead more

David Dunn Memorial Trail Bonnyrigg

A Tesco Bags of Help grant of £10,000 enabled the Bonnyrigg and Lasswade Community Council to create an outdoor, open access fitness trail for all ages in the popular George V Park in Bonnyrigg.Read more

Looking back at #myparklove advent 2018

We have really enjoyed being able to share the #myparklove this December.Read more

Holyrood Park #myparklove

Holyrood Park is a Royal Park managed by Historic Environment Scotland close to the centre of Edinburgh. Arthur's Seat is in the centre of the parkRead more

Callander Park #myparklove

Callendar Park is the jewel in the crown of parks within the Falkirk area, covering over 170 acres and housing the magnificent Callendar House.Read more

Drumpellier Country Park #myparklove

The park has lots of facilities and trails for a great family day out including a Visitor Centre, cafe, wildlife displays and adventure playground as well as offering seasonal fun boat hire.Read more

Ness Islands #myparklove

Ness Islands are a collection of small islands in the middle of the River Ness near Inverness.Read more

CSGN Development Fund 2019/20 Apply Now

Greenspace projects that will improve the environment across Scotland's central belt can now apply for a share of a £350,000 funding boost, contributing to the delivery of Europe’s largest greenspace initiative.Read more

Holmhills Park #myparklove

A large woodland park located from Greenlees Road to Langlea Drive and an important part of Cambuslangs greenspace.Read more

RHS Greening Grey Britain Community support programme now open

In 2019, the RHS will support a number of intergenerational partnership projects between community organisations and schools/youth groups, who want to work together to transform an unloved space in their area to benefit the local community and environment.Read more

Dean Castle Country Park #myparklove

Nestled in the heart of Kilmarnock and offers something for the whole family to enjoy.Read more

East Ayrshire Living Wall Project

A colourful nature project designed to encourage people of all ages to spend more time outdoors was brought to life with £10,000 from Bags of Help.Read more

Fauldburn Park #myparklove

A play area for toddlers and juniors located to the east of the Maybury Road in Edinburgh.Read more

Victoria Park #myparklove

The park is extremely popular with the public being one of the most visited parks in Glasgow, containing extensive formal and informal gardens, an arboretum, a boating pond, bowling greens and tennis courts.Read more

Camperdown Park #myparklove

Just 3 miles from Dundee City Centre Camperdown Country Park is the largest public park in Dundee.Read more

The Meadows #myparklove

The Meadows remain one of the most important open spaces in Edinburgh and one of the most popular.Read more

Zetland Park #myparklove

Zetland Park is the principal open space serving Grangemouth and is the green oasis at the heart of this busy industrial town.Read more

Laigh Hills Park #myparklove

Laigh Hills Park is a large, fairly natural area easily accessed from the Cathedral and the centre of DunblaneRead more