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Glasgow - a National Park City - LIVE

Photo Exhibition Launch - Sunday 7th Nov. 2 till 6pm


We're delighted that we are launching our photo exhibition: Glasgow - a National Park City - LIVE



The gallery was built during lockdown with images from professional and amateur photographers from Glasgow – reflecting the theme “What if Glasgow was a National Park City”:

We're delighted to say we are bringing it to the real world, starting at new Govan Wetlands project being developed by Blue Green Glasgow.


It will be on throughout COP with the official launch on Sunday 7th Nov.


So come down to see the gallery and join in with other activities on site: Book and get full details here.

Over the coming year we will expand the gallery and bring it to range of greenspaces and community sites, so watch this space - but this is the first chance to see it live!


We are delighted to be working in partnership with the hosts for the gallery - the Govan Wetlands Project. This is being developed by Blue Green Glasgow CIC, a community interest company restoring post-industrial land in Glasgow by building wetland, or blue-green, ecosystems for climate adaptation, engaging communities, and the creation of sustainable jobs.


The organisation’s Govan Wetland Project sits in the heart of Glasgow, right across the river from COP26, and makes up a 5-acre wetland restoration site where coastal wetland ecosystems are being built to capture carbon, rehabilitate soils, and support wildlife. The site also features regenerative farming practices that put nature at the heart of food production.


We are also enormously grateful to Kabloom who have provided sponsorship to get the photo exhibition off the ground. Kabloom are designers of the Seedbom - designed to reconnected people with nature, get people outside and create nature and colour in their cities for the benefit of everyone. Kabloom are also Circular Glasgow ambassadors in association with Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and long standing supporters of the Glasgow National Park City.




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