Something fantastic is happening in central Scotland! Land
between Grangemouth and Falkirk is being transformed into the
Discover the Helix here.
New paths are being constructed all across the Helix, in Helix South, Helix North, and
Park - discover where the Helix could take you.
Demand for allotments is growing throughout Scotland and the
Falkirk area is no exception. Our new project will create
in the Helix South area, which will be managed with
the support of the Falkirk Allotment Society.
The Helix is a place to relax and enjoy, a place to explore,
but it is also a unique opportunity for local businesses to develop
and grow as the site becomes busier over the coming years.
Email for business
Find out how local people are making the most
of Helix resources and get involved in some fascinating local
The Westquarter Wildlife Group is currently working to clean up Westquarter Glen. The group plans to work with local schools to increase knowledge of the issues which affect the wildlife and habitats within the Glen.
The Helix helped coordinate a series of local accredited 'Meet The Species' events in summer 2012 as part of the London Olympics.
Jephson Robb worked closely with the residents of Langlees and Bainsford to deliver an artwork which will contribute to connecting and healing the community.
In addition to the Abbotshaugh Sentinel, other community sentinels will be developed across the Helix, changing the nature of the landscape and helping local people to connect with the transformation.
Helix Beekeepers - Beekeeping in the Falkirk area.
Preserving the past while inspiring future change as part of the Helix – that’s the aim of BRAHG. The group has just produced a new booklet charting the history of the Bainsford area.
Allotments in Helix South, managed by Falkirk Allotment Society.