A series of blooming planters have added a welcome splash of colour to Stirling city centre.
The vibrant planters, funded and organised by Go Forth Stirling, can be found across the city in Station Road, Murray Place, Pitt Terrace and Melville Terrace.
They include four large perennial-filled planters on Station Road Square featuring pollinator friendly native species which promote biodiversity. Go Forth Stirling BID has invested in the floral arrangements and planters as part of its remit to make the city a more welcoming destination for shoppers and visitors.
Danielle McRorie-Smith, Project Director at Go Forth, said: “The floral arrangements give the city centre a much more vibrant look and really help in our efforts to ensure Stirling is an inviting and friendly place for local people, visitors and businesses alike.
We’ve had a lot of positive feedback from visitors and the business community about the planters and praising the work our Street Ambassadors carry out to ensure they look fantastic.”
Go Forth has also been busy welcoming the forthcoming 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships which has seen thousands of extra visitors arrive in Stirling this week.
The team installed banners highlighting the event in King Street and recruited volunteer ambassadors to help its own Street Ambassadors direct visitors around the city during the championships.
Go Forth Stirling BID (Business Improvement District) represents more than 600 business owners with a key objective of increasing visitors to the city and devising initiatives to help make it a more welcoming environment for businesses and shoppers.
For more information, visit www.goforthstirling.co.uk