Park Dumbarton Scotland
Image copyright Lairich Rig Image caption The play location at Levengrove Park in Dumbarton will undoubtedly be enhanced
Two parks in Scotland is changed after securing funds of more than £4m for significant upgrades.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) launched plans to provide virtually £2.8m to Levengrove Park in Dumbarton.
It will award almost £1.5m to Aden Country Park in Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire.
Programs for Levengrove consist of creating a brand new pavilion with a cafe, upgrading play places and restoring the Victorian playground's historic features, for instance the original entrance.
Eight brand-new tasks should be produced at Dumbarton park - three posts into the pavilion cafe, two apprentice gardeners and three rangers.Image copyright laws Andrew Wood Image caption Nearly £1.5m may be awarded to Aden Country Park in Mintlaw
Western Dunbartonshire councillor Patrick McGlinchey stated: "its fantastic we have guaranteed this considerable grant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to aid our repair of Levengrove Park's historical character and update its amenities.
"when the work is completed Levengrove are going to be changed in accordance with its spectacular environment in the finance companies associated with the Clyde will offer site visitors an event which it will be challenging rival any place else in Scotland."
The grant for Aden nation Park will be accustomed restore and upgrade services at 230-acre playground.
The bucks is a component of £30.7m the HLF and Big Lottery Fund is providing to parks over the UK.
Lucy Casot, head of HLF in Scotland, said: "A wonderful history from our ancestors, community parks tend to be more and more under hazard which makes this financial investment of nationwide Lottery people' cash even more essential."