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Press Releases 2015

Buglife Scotland scoops £5,000 CSGN Award. The John Muir Pollinator Vision project has received a boost of £5,000 from the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) 2015 Ideas Fund.

Two talented photographers from Glasgow have been announced as winners in the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) photography competition.

A talented photographer from Coatbridge has been announced as a winner in the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) photography competition.

Central Scotland locals and community groups are being encouraged to put their allotments, orchards and community gardens on the map, by taking part in an online survey.

Eleven talented photographers from across Scotland have been shortlisted in the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) photography competition.

Central Scotland could be set to follow the lead of world cities like New York and Paris by adopting innovative approaches to greening its urban areas. 

Thirteen projects in the central belt are to share £510,500 funding to improve access to greenspace and help transform the quality of life for people living and working in the area.

The John Muir Way celebrated the first anniversary of the official opening of the 134 mile coast to coast route on Tuesday 21st April 2015.

An ultra runner is to attempt to cover the 134 miles of the John Muir Way in ‘Just One Day’.

The local community is to celebrate the official opening of the recently completed Blackness to Bo’ness section of the John Muir Way. 

Central Scotland Green Network Trust has launched a photography competition to capture images of the stunning greenspace across Central Scotland.

 
 
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