Clyde and Avon Valley Festival 2017: Cleghorn Glen – Dusk Wildlife Walk

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Date:

Thursday 11 May 2017 7:30pm until 9:30 pm

Price:
FREE

Get tickets from:
Phone 01698 421 668


Event's Address:

Cleghorn Glen central access point at the bottom of Bellefield Road

An opportunity to explore this hidden glen as night falls and the wildlife stirs. With luck we may see badgers, roe deer, great spotted woodpeckers, owls and perhaps even otters (although there is no guarantee !).

Bring warm clothes and walking boots / wellies and perhaps binoculars. The group will need to be relatively quiet, so no dogs  or unaccompanied children.

Booking essential: Phone 01698 421668

Other Information

Terrain:  Footpaths, but potentially uneven and muddy

Maximum number of participants:  12

Age group:  Any age, but no unaccompanied children. No dogs

Driving and public transport directions:  Follow A706 NE out of Lanark for 750m, turn left onto Bellefield Road. Follow this for 1km, sharp left, then park on waste ground on the left

Parking:  Cleghorn Glen central access point at the bottom of Bellefield Road. Park on the waste ground opposite the footpath sign NS 8862 4524

This event is part of the Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Challenge 2017 - see if you can tick off any wildlife from the 12 species list and don't forget to choose one of the 12 species to submit a short story on to the 500 Word Challenge! Find out more by clicking the Clyde and Avon Valley Wildlife Challenge link below.

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