The UK wide award program will put the park up against 1,448 green flag sites with the chance to win the coveted Park of the Year title.
Earlier this year Linn Park won its first green flag award along with Pollock Park, Bellahouston Park and Rouken Glen Park picking up awards. Carol Noble, Keep Scotland Beautiful’s head of environmental services, said: “Our judges have decided on this year’s winners of the green flag award, but the public now have the opportunity to decide which deserves the people’s choice award.
“This award will pit all Scottish parks against others in the UK, so if you think your park is the best, please vote for it.
To vote, visit www.keepscotlandbeautiful.org/parks .