Sustainability-themed projects in Clydebank can receive up to £10,000 of funding from Glasgow Airport’s FlightPath Fund.

To celebrate 10 years of the FlightPath, the fund’s committee is urging local groups, charities and organisations to submit applications to support four projects aimed at improving the environment in the communities neighbouring Glasgow Airport and beyond.

Archie Hunter, chair of the FlightPath Fund, said: “During this time, the FlightPath Fund has supported a number of environmentally-focused projects and organisations.

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“These include the purchase of an electric vehicle for a car club, buying polytunnels for growing groups and support for community gardens and the preservation of local greenspaces.

In 2019, more than 70 groups received more than £110,000 in support.

The project must create a significant benefit to the community or local environment and provide clear evidence that it will fulfil a local need. To find out more about funding support, visit