Cumbernauld Community Park

In the interests of everyone in Cumbernauld

Random Pictures
Alexandra Crichton Brannan (age9) Kildrum Primary
Welly Hurling
Roma McGill, P4
Park Daffidols - by Alan from Balloch (May2010)
Lauren Steele p4c
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Welcome to the Cumbernauld Community Park Website !!

We are pleased to have you visit our site, which will hopefully inform you about our vision for the Park, as well as enabling you to take part in surveys and discussion about the Park. Please subscribe to our Mailing List so that you can receive details of our forthcoming events and newsletters electronically. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Our 2012 public consultation is closed and the consultant's report is now available for download. To read further information, visit the consultation section of this website.

Map Of ParkIf you can spare some time to help out at such events in the future, even just beforehand, please remember to subscribe as a volunteer so we can get in touch to make arrangements.

You can download a  MAP OF THE PARK containing suggested walking routes and distances. This is also on display on the park notice boards. The park covers a vast area and no single postcode can be used to highlight the various entrances to the park. This google map shows the general vicinity - the park is roughly the land between Eastfield Road, Balloch Loop Road, A80/M80 and Carrickstone.

If you have any questions/comments, please do not hesitate to contact us via the e-mail links, address or contact telephone number on our Contact Us page.

“Cumbernauld Community Park on the north side of the A80 is a project which is on its way.”

The “Friends of Cumbernauld Community Park”, set up by their Constitution in June 2005 following initial consultations and promotion by Craigmarloch Community Council, is working with North Lanarkshire Council to develop and deliver a Community Park for the 21st century. Approaching £2 Million in infrastructure, paths and woodland projects have already been installed. Formal promotion in the new Local Plan and progressive development are the next steps. Like any other major dynamic project it will alter with time and like a garden a Park is always changing, improving and growing. There will always be scope for updating and improvement.    

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