Clyde and Avon Valley Festival 2017: Falls of Clyde Historical Mills Guided Walk

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Wednesday 10 May 2017 6:30pm until 8:30 pm

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Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre The Dyeworks New Lanark ML11 9DB

Join the Scottish Wildlife Trust Ranger and Clydesdale Mills Society experts for a guided walk to learn all about Falls of Clyde’s historic mills. Beginning with a brief history of New Lanark Mills, we will take a walk onto the reserve to our recently excavated Bonnington Sawmill, we will then head up to Corra Linn to find out about the mill that was once situated at the top of the waterfall and also the corn mill situated above Bonnington Linn.

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Clothing:  Suitable waterproof/outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear are essential.

Terrain:  Please note there are steps and it can be steep on the reserve. Some paths may be uneven with tree roots.

Maximum number of participants:  25

Age group:  Adults and children over 8 yrs. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. The walk is primarily aimed at adults.

Driving and public transport directions:  There are a number of buses and trains to Lanark and a bus to New Lanark. Please check for the various options available.

Parking:  Car parking is available in the village of New Lanark. It is possible to drive into the village past the front of the hotel and down to our visitor centre in the bottom of the village. Otherwise please park in New Lanark’s main carpark at the top of the hill.

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