Castlebank Park

Since 2012, we have been working to restore the jewel in Lanark’s crown – Castlebank Park. Our aim is for the Castlebank Horticultural Centre to become an educational and training asset for the local community. You can use the links below to find out about the restoration process, volunteering opportunities & activities at Castlebank Horticultural Centre and learn how you can support us by becoming a Friend of Castlebank Park.

Castlebank Park is now 1 of Scotland’s 71 Green Flag Parks and as well as welcoming visitors all year round, plays hosts to large-scale community events such as FlowerFest and celebrations during Lanimer Week.

Project funders to date have included: Climate Challenge Fund, LEADER, The Renewable Energy Fund, The National Lottery Community Fund, Levenseat Trust, Tesco Bags for Help, The Stafford Trust, Border Biscuits, Grow Wild, Action Earth Volunteering Matters (Scottish Natural Heritage), The Scottish Government Community Growing Fund, SCOTMID and The Royal Burgh of Lanark Community Council.

Restoring Castlebank Park

Restoring Castlebank Park

Since 2012, our team of dedicated volunteers have worked tirelessly to restore the beautiful grounds of Castlebank Park to their former glory, for locals and visitors to enjoy.

Castlebank Horticultural Centre

Castlebank Horticultural Centre

Castlebank Horticultural Centre is a rural hub for education, training, volunteering and enjoying ‘the great outdoors’. Do you have a green thumb? Come along and find out about all of the ways you can get involved and use the centre.

Become a Friend of Castlebank Park

Become a Friend of Castlebank Park

We need your support to continue our work restoring, maintaining and developing Castlebank Park for locals and visitors to enjoy. Become a ‘Friend’ to support our work and receive regular progress updates.