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|Harrymc||Sights in Springburn Park - Video||10||Oct 11 2009, 6:38 PM EDT by buntygal|
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Hello all Springburnians.Just posted a wee tour round part of the park.It was a pretty dull day but it might be of interest to some who live too far away to visit it regularly.Local intelligence seems to be that there were plans to allocate Lottery money to refurbish the Hothoose provided the council upgraded the park.It seems London's successful bid for the Olympics scuppered that idea as Lottery money is needed to cover the increased costs of that particular jamboree.That seems to be the end of any hope for the building for many years to come.Sad really as many parts of the park are being well looked after despite a lack of resources.We are still waiting to hear the outcome of the report commisioned after last years Public Consultation on "the future development of Springburn Park".The guy who last responded,Kenny Boyle, has since retired and somebody called Steve Scott was listed as replacing him but so far he has not been responding to requests for an update.Maybe somebody who lives locally could give him a shove???
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