SCOTLAND’S treasured green spaces are going to the polls - and Dumbarton’s Levengrove Park is in with a chance of being named the best in the country.

Voting has opened to choose the UK’s top award-winning parks The People’s Choice vote allows members of the public to have their say, selecting their favourite from more than 70 Scottish parks with a Green Flag Award this year.

Following expert-led judging, Scotland has 77 parks to choose from including spaces managed by community groups, universities and local authorities.

Last year, Levengrove Park was nominated in the prestigious Fields in Trust Best Park 2019 Awards due to its extensive refurbishment in the Levengrove Park project which saw West Dunbartonshire Council giving almost £1 million to help the area.

Levengrove Park has undergone significant refurbishment following investment from the National Lottery and now hosts Greenspace, a pavilion café and children’s play area.

Jackie Baillie, Dumbarton MSP and deputy leader of Scottish Labour, said: “The significant effort which has been put into transforming Levengrove Park has yielded great results.

“Everyone has noticed the transformation and the park has been a great space for local families to enjoy throughout the summer.”

Voting for the nation's favourite park opened on October 30 and runs until November 25 with winners announced on December 3.

To vote for your favourite, simply find it on the map at and click on the vote button.