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Friends News

Green Gym

green gym reduced sizeWe are pleased to announce that The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) will be operating a Green Gym on a Monday each week in Plean Country Park in addition to the employment training course which they currently run on a Tuesday and Wednesday.

It is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, build up your fitness levels and carrying out small conservation tasks to help improve our park. 

Please contact David at TCV on 07767 112 094 or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Employment Training Project

The Friends of Plean Country Park have been successful in securing funding from Stirling Council to provide employment training within Plean Country Park. The accredited training which will run for 6 months will be provided by TCV and can be geared to the needs of each individual taking part. If you think you might be interested or know of anyone else who could benefit then please contact David and arrange to come along to a taster session on the 15th March as detailed below.

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A View From Above

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Some wonderful views over the park supplied by a keen young photographer Dan Tetstall taken using a drone.


Car Park Alterations

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The installation of new trip rails in the car park to replace the old bollards is now almost complete.

Normal parking will be resumed soon weather permitting!

Trim Trail Installed

The construction of the Trim Trail is now complete and it is ready for the first users.TTRight

A few months ago the Friends of Plean Country Park were successful in securing a grant of almost £6500 from the Clacks and Sirling Environment Trust to enable us to purchase new wooden Trim Trail equipment for the park.

Contractors and Council Land Services Team have now completed the installation of the Trim Trail in the woodland near the dipping pond.

The equipment is constructed from pressure treated engineered laminated redwood beams and is designed to be safe and durable, for use by youths and adults taller than 1.4m.

There are six pieces of equipment: Parallel Bars, Balance Beam, Horizontal Ladder, Abs Bench, Traversing Wall and Ladder Net Climb. These are designed to exercise different areas of the body, and details of the muscle groups benefiting from each item are displayed on the equipment.