Stirling

We are pleased to share success stories, learning and reflection from the Climate Challenge Fund through the final reports of projects across Stirling.

Cycling Links run by Recyke a-bike

Grant awarded: £149,063

Project Dates: 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016

Cycling Links was a Recyke a-bike project in Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire that worked with schools, businesses and the wider community to help lead a shift away from car journeys to lower carbon cycle travel. Project activities included cycle training, bike maintenance classes, bike loan, fun community events and support for schools and employers to work towards Cycle Friendly status.

Read the final report:

Cycling Links - CCF Final Report

 

Fit for the Future run by McLaren Community Leisure Centre

Grant awarded: £149,827

Project Dates: 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2016

McLaren Community Leisure Centre helped people in the Trossachs and Teith reduce carbon emissions through the Fit for the Future project. Improvements were made to roof insulation and lighting at the McLaren Community Leisure Centre to reduce energy use and carbon emissions with the project also promoting measures that could be taken to improve energy efficiency at home. Further project activities to reduce carbon emissions included fuel efficient driver training, a lift share scheme and promotion of cycling for local journeys.

Read the final report:

Fit for the Future - CCF Final Report

 

Stirling Hall Eco Project, run by Milton of Campsie Parish Church

Grant awarded: £149,973

Project Dates: 1 July 2013 - 31 March 2016

Stirling Hall Eco Project run by Milton of Campsie Parish Church worked to reduce energy use and carbon emissions by installing roof and wall insulation, energy efficient lighting and triple glazing. These measures aimed to create a more comfortable community space with the project also working with the local community to help reduce energy use, fuel poverty and carbon emissions.

Read the final report:

Stirling Hall Eco Project - CCF Final Report