A park has been awarded more than £2m in lottery funding for regeneration and conservation work.
Rouken Glen Park in East Renfrewshire received the funding award from the Heritage Lottery Fund on Monday.
The £2.15m award will be supplemented by a £1m contribution from East Renfrewshire Council, which submitted the application for the lottery cash.
Among the projects the money will go towards are improvements to the park’s pavilion, enhancement of the boating pond and restoration of a pathway at the facility.
Councillor Vincent Waters said: “This is absolutely fabulous news for East Renfrewshire Council. This award will now allow us to forge ahead with the plans we have developed to improve the park and its facilities.
“Since the park opened in 1906 people of all nationalities have found peace and tranquillity walking along its paths admiring its beautifully landscaped gardens, waterfall and glen.
“And things about the park that many people don’t know about such as its exceptional geology, industrial archaeology and cultural history will now be able to be fully explored and publicised.”