Time is running out for people to become a lasting piece of Grangemouth park

The multi-million pound regeneration of Grangemouth’s historic Zetland Park is gathering pace but there is still time for people to secure an inscribed stone which will become part of the new Portonian Path.

By James Trimble
Saturday, 6th March 2021, 12:51 pm

The ongoing Zetland Park Regeneration Project will see an upgrade of the popular public space’s pathways and four paths have now been named – Inchyra Way, Dalgrain Walk, Rannoch Avenue and Portonian Path, which will be completed by autumn this year.

People have the opportunity to purchase bricks – or dedication stones as they are known – which they can have special messages put on to form part of the new Portonian path.

It is a way for people to become part of the park forever and there are still bricks – or dedication stones as they are also known – available if you want to leave you mark on the park.

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Here are some examples of the messages on the stones which will be placed on the new Portonian Path in Zetland Park

A project spokesperson said: “Along the length of the Portonian Path, we are offering people the opportunity to purchase a named stones which will be inset into the path.

“These stones can be personalised with names and messages – wording can extend over a maximum of three lines, with a maximum of 15 characters on each line, including spaces.

“Some of the messages we have had on the stones so far are fantastic.”

People will need to provide their contact details – name, phone number, postal and e-mail addresses – as well as the message they wish to have carved on the stone.

Visit www.facebook.com/ZetlandPark for more information or e-mail [email protected] to order a brick.