Numerous parks throughout. Scotland He has been awarded the Green Flag for caring for and maintaining outdoor recreational areas.
Environmental welfare agency Cape Scotland has hailed the award as one of the 77 Scottish parks that celebrate green space, but topped the list.
The first-ever award for Whitley Wind Farm means it is the first time Wind Farm has been included anywhere in the list of award-winning parks. World. The park is managed by Scottish Power Renewables and the Glasgow Science Center.
Other parks on the list were Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens and Mount Vernon Park Community Gardens, which are managed by Friends of Mount Vernon Park in Glasgow.
Barry Fisher, Cape Scotland’s chief executive for beautification, congratulated all those who maintain 77 parks across the country and said it was an invaluable service.
He said: “The Green Flag Award recognizes the valuable and solid contribution these parks make to the well-being of the nation.
Achieving this prestigious international standard recognizes all the hard work that has gone into maintaining and managing these precious green open spaces.
“Each of these parks provides invaluable services to the local communities that serve it – from creating a safe place to play, to thinking, and to working – and they Helped deal with problems. Health And during the lockdown, we as a country faced challenges.
Around 2,000 parks around the world have achieved environmental protection this year. Edinburgh was the largest green flag bearer with 35 parks on the list. Both Aberdeen and Dundee had 7 parks, the other parks on the list are spread across the country.
One of the Edinburgh Award winners was the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, run by NHS Lothian.
Tracy McCagan, Director of Associate Services at Royal Edinburgh Hospital and NHS Luthian, said: happens.
These areas are very important to us at NHS Lutheran because they enable us to connect both our staff and patients with nature, which contributes to mental and general well-being.
“This award was made possible only with the cooperation and partnership of the entire hospital community, so I would like to thank all those who have continued to work to help our natural areas. Getting ready to meet the care needs of, our green space management plan will move nature forward.
The full list release from Cape Scotland Beauty can be seen below.
Is your local park on it?
Slope field allotment.
Garthy Field Allotment
Aden Country Park.
Argyle and Bute.
Dum Freeze and Galway.
Trotic Mill Pond Local Nature Reserve.
Barn Hill Rock Garden.
Riverside Nature Park.
Roken Glenn Park.
Bloomie Hall Park.
Bradburn Valley Park.
Birdie House Burn Valley Park.
Craig Miller Castle Park.
Easter Craigluckhart Hill Local Nature Reserve.
Fair Mail Head Park.
Fernell Hill Community Park
Ferry Glenn and Beck Breeze
Heels Quarry Park.
Hermitage and Blackford Hill Local Nature Reserve.
Hopton Crescent Garden.
King George V and Scotland Yard Park.
London Road Gardens.
Morning Side Park.
Pentland Hills Regional Park
Portobello Community Garden.
Preston Field Park.
Princes Street Gardens.
Revleston Woods Local Nature Reserve and Park.
Rose Field Park.
Seven acres of park.
St. Catherine’s Park
St. Margaret Park.
Star Bank Park.
Station Road Park.
Falkirk Community Trust
Glasgow Botanic Gardens.
Herod Watt University – Edinburgh.
Lawn and Central Woodlands.
Dalkeith Walkway from Penicuik.
NHS Lutheran – Edinburgh.
Royal Edinburgh Hospital.
Walton Lodge Park.
Scottish Power Renewable and Glasgow Science Center – Glasgow and East Renfreshire.
White Lee Wind Farm.
Castle Bank Park.
Green Flag Community Award.
Corstorphine Hill LNR Community – Walls Garden Friends of Corstorphine Hill (Edinburgh)
Ormiston Park – Friends of Ormiston Park (East Lothian)
European Park – GAIN (Guth Airson Iarrtasan Nis) (Isle of Lewis)
Lin Park Wildlife Trail Friends of Lin Park (Glasgow)
Castlemilk Park Daffodil Walk – Friends of Castlemilk Park (Glasgow)
My Heel Park Growing Place – Friends of My Heel Park (Glasgow)
South Nicopolis – Friends of South Nicopolis (Glasgow)
Over Newton Park – Yarkhel Green Spaces (Glasgow)
Mount Vernon – Park Friends of Mount Vernon Park (Glasgow)