Seed Sowing Walk - with Allison Smith

Make Your Way in Larkhall

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Saturday 11 March 2017 12:30pm until 3:00 pm

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Meet at: Millheugh Play Park, Larkhall  (near the Applebank Inn)

Join #MakeYourWay Artist Allison Smith for an exciting free walk inviting you to explore the natural landscape of Millheugh and Morgan Glen. This will be an opportunity to rediscover the area and discuss the heritage of Larkhall with others.

You will be offered the chance to sow seeds and plant bulbs, share memories and stories with each other. Walking boots or wellingtons are a must as the terrain may be very muddy in places and it is advised you wrap up well. This event is FREE to attend, and OPEN TO ALL. We anticipate the walk will last approximately 2-3 hours.

Allison Smith is undertaking a creative residency in Larkhall as part of the new Make Your Way project which aims to encourage local people to walk and cycle more whilst exploring the rich heritage of their local area. The project is being deliver by icecream architecture, alongside transport consultants SYSTRA on behalf of the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership and is focussed on the communities of Larkhall, Lanark, Carluke, Stonehouse and Glassford. The project will culminate in May 2017 with the production of a series of new physical and digital maps as well as artwork installations along these newly defined routes.

 

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