Come and join your neighbours for a fun tidy of Hayburn Lane to keep it mud and rubbish free for the winter. We will also be sweeping up the leaves in the Crescent before they get all slippy on the pavement.
Please remind your neighbours that dumping of rubbish, bulk items and garden waste is not permitted in Hayburn Lane and if they do it then there’s no one else to tidy it up apart from their neighbours!
Garden Waste and Bulk items should be put onto the pavement onHayburn Crescent outside your flat for uplift on most Fridays by Glasgow Council. If they do not collect please arrange an uplift direct by their website or take your items back in and try again the following Friday.
It’s up to us to keep our area tidy.
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Come along and join your neighbours to clear up Hayburn Lane before the winter to keep it as mud and rubbish free as possible and to sweep the leaves up from Hayburn Crescent before it starts to get all slippy. From 11am on Sunday 10th November 2019.
*Please remind your neighbours that dumping of rubbish and garden waste is not permitted in Hayburn Lane and you can be fined for it. All items of bulk waste must be left on Hayburn Crescent for collection by Glasgow Council. (Usually on a Friday) See their web site for further information or to request the specific uplift of an item.
Huge thanks to the Area West Partnership for funding our new Table Tennis Table and to Glasgow Council for installing it.
Hayburn Park is proud to announce the opening of its Little Free Library! Borrow a book, lend a book and enjoy reading. Huge thanks to Iris and Kaspar’s Grandad for building our Little Library.
For further her information and to create your own Little Free Library go to:
A few years ago Sport Scotland gave us a lot of funding that made it possible to upgrade Hayburn Park. The cycle path, football pitch resurfacing, renovated monkey bars, amphitheatre, hammocks, willow tunnel, orchard, picnic area, painting, planting, Totem poles and the big rocks!! We could not have done it without them and are very, very grateful.
They have asked us to circulate this survey to as many Hayburn Park fans as possible to get feedback on whether their investment has been successful in inspiring the community to use the park.
Please complete and pass it on.