Community is important to us.
Local people in the Falkirk area are making the most of The
Helix resources, by getting involved in local community projects.
Likewise, The Helix relies on volunteer groups all around Falkirk
and the surrounding areas to promote our culture. Take a look at
what our community projects have achieved so far.
Lower Braes Woodland Project
The Lower Braes Woodland Project is a new initiative to engage
local people with nature. Sites include Westquarter Glen and
Falkirk South (part of Urban Warriors Falkirk).
Developed by members of the former Westquarter Wildlife Group,
Lower Braes Community Council, the Urban Warriors team of
volunteers and more, the Lower Braes Woodland Project is a
community group with the intention of working together to develop a
space for people in the area to discover and explore nature and get
wild in the Falkirk area.
The motto of the Lower Braes Woodland Project is 'People Come
Together in Peace and Harmony'. The Glen is a place for everyone,
and the Project is looking for volunteers to help with:
- Litter picks
- Painting railings and bridges
- Paths maintenance
- Leaf sweeps
- Community planting and much more
If you'd like to learn more about helping out with the LBWP, take a
look at the LBWP Facebook page.
Meet The Species
The Helix helped co-ordinate a series of local accredited 'Meet
The Species' events in Summer 2012 as part of the London
Abbotshaugh Sentinel Community Project
Artist Jephson Robb worked closely with the residents of
Langlees and Bainsford to deliver and artwork that will contribute
to connecting and healing the community.
Bainsford Reminiscence and Heritage Group
The aim of the Bainsford Reminiscence and Heritage Group (BRaHG)
is to preserve the past whilst inspiring future change as part of
The Helix. The group serves to chart the history of the Bainsford