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Riverside Park, Glenrothes

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To the Friends of Riverside Park Glenrothes


Site updated 8 December 2016

 

The Friends of Riverside Park are holding a competition to name 10 pathways in Riverside Park, Glenrothes   Breaking news   - Closing Date Extended 


See the maps of the pathways (1 to 10) by clicking on the button which appears if you hold the mouse cursor over the 'HOME' button (on the left of this page). A final map shows the whole of Riverside Park area.

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We are asking the public to look at the pathways and submit names which reflect plants, animals, art work and other features in the park.

 
A prize worth £25 will be awarded for the name successfully chosen as a winner for each of the 10 pathways.

In the event of a draw then winners will be chosen at random. The decision of the committee will be final.


Closing date extended to 19 August.                 Winners will be notified by 31st August


To enter 
•    Simply send an email with your name for each pathway number and your contact details to     forpglenrothes@hotmail.co.uk 


An example is shown below.   You can suggest as few or as many names as there are pathways.     

Pathway Number                                   Your name for this pathway                   
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2  
3  
4  
5  
6  
7  
8  
9  
10  

Your details


Name _________________________________________________________

Phone/email  ___________________________________________________

 

Funded by in partnership with Fife Council

 

 

 

 

Blossom on the apple trees at Riverside Park- Summer 2016 is near

 

 

Friends of Riverside Park is a group of committed volunteers, working towards improving the park for the use of the community. They are involved in planning the future of the park, as well as keeping what we already have in good shape.
 

Our vision is as follows:
 

“Riverside Park will be a welcoming Greenspace in the heart of Glenrothes. We will protect and develop its diverse landscape for the local community within Glenrothes, for visitors from further afield and for future Generations to enjoy” 

 

 We hope that by using the community to help make decisions about the park, we will help ensure that the future of the park is a bright one.

 

 

 

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How to get involved

The friends are always looking for new volunteers to help carry out tasks in the park, as well as help promote and market the area. They are also keen to hear comments (be them positive or not) about your experiences in the park, and would ask you to fill in a quick form on our 'Comments' page, or send us an email via the 'Contact us' page.

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Recent Pictures

Some of the FORP team at the Autumn 2015 treasure hunt.

Some of the FORP team at the Autumn 2015 treasure hunt.

 All images copyright to Friends of Riverside 
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