Clyde and Avon Valley Festival 2017: Castles, Craigs and Creatures!

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Date:

Wednesday 10 May 2017 7:30pm until 9:30 pm

Price:
FREE

Get tickets from:
01698 421668


Event's Address:

Cartland Bridge, A73. 1km north west of Lanark. NS 8684 4450

A chance to explore the nature of Cartland Craigs, including bluebells and badgers (if the group is quiet !). There will also be spectacular views of the river gorge and Thomas Telford’s dramatic Cartland Bridge. Finally, we shall visit the mysterious remains of Castle Qua.  No dogs.

Other Information

 

Clothing: Warm clothes and walking boots / wellies

Terrain:  Good path, but steep in places

Maximum number of participants:  10

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

Parking:  There is a small car park at the north western end of Cartland Bridge (space for approx..6 cars). PLEASE EXERCISE CAUTION ACCESSING THIS CAR PARK AS IT IS ON A SHARP BEND

Contact details for bookings and enquiries:  Martin Twiss, SNH, 01698 421668

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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