Quarry sites to be transformed

Past and present quarrying sites in Scotland are to be transformed with funding of £548,598, it was announced this week. The money will be allocated to 18 areas through the community environmental renewal scheme. Projects include a skateboarding park in Shetland and vegetable gardens in Renfrewshire. The Welsh Assembly Government also pledged funding this week for a range of projects to support communities affected by quarrying. The aggregates levy sustainability fund, launched in 2002, has benefited schemes such as an arts and activity centre in Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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