Grangemouth Duck Race quack in action this weekend

There have been no sightings of yellow plastic floating objects in Grangemouth’s Grange Burn for over a year but do not despair the water will be teeming with them this weekend.

By James Trimble
Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 8:34 am
Updated Thursday, 23rd September 2021, 8:35 am

The last duck race took place in the burn back in 2019 when the fun day – which featured 600 of the little sponsored plastic quackers – helped raise cash for the regeneration of Zetland Park, specifically the rose garden.

Now Zetland Park Regeneration Project has announced the duck race will return on Saturday at 11am at the Grange Burn, which borders Zetland Park.

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The 2019 Grangemouth Duck race was a quacking day out

The annual event – like the town’s Children’s Day has become a much loved tradition only a pandemic could put a damper on.

However, now restrictions have relaxed the ducks will once again drift free to coin in cash for good causes.

Visit the Zetland Park Regeneration Project Facebook page for more information on the fun event.

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