Central Scotland Green Network


Keep up to date with the latest developments from across the network with news about funding opportunities, recent projects and more.

Cumnock’s dementia-friendly ‘Memory Garden’ officially opens

June saw the opening of the first phase of this greenspace development tailored to people with dementia.

July 7, 2022

Community growing projects invited to apply for funding

The CSGN ‘Growing Food Together’ Fund is once again offering a boost to community growing projects across Scotland.

June 28, 2022

Local MSP visits Lionthorn Bing greenspace project site

Falkirk MSP Michael Matheson has visited a major greenspace improvement project underway in Falkirk.

June 21, 2022

Land Reuse Month places focus on vacant & derelict land in March

A series of online events will shine the spotlight on Vacant and Derelict Land (VDL)

February 28, 2022

CSGN to benefit from new Programme Manager role

The Green Action Trust is recruiting a brand new position to take the CSGN forward.

February 24, 2022

£0.75m Greenspace Enhancement going ahead at Lionthorn Bing, Falkirk

Work is due to start on an ambitious project to transform this previously vacant and derelict site.

February 21, 2022

CSGN Growing Food Together Fund: Awards Made to Thirteen Projects

The successful projects located across Scotland will receive funds to foster community engagement in growing and learning about food.

December 21, 2021

Cycling Projects to Benefit from £8m Facilities Fund

The Scottish Government and sportscotland have announced the first nine projects to receive investment from the £8million Cycling Facilities Fund….

September 17, 2021

Funding Launched for Community Growing Projects across Scotland

Following the success of last year’s launch, the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) ‘Growing Food Together’ Fund is once again offering a cash boost to community growing projects in Scotland.

September 1, 2021

Clyde Climate Forest to plant 18 million trees

Over the next decade, ten trees for every man, woman and child in Glasgow City Region will be planted as part of a new urban ‘forest’ to tackle climate change.

June 2, 2021