The History of Strathclyde Country Park

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Date:

Saturday 22 July 2017 1:30pm until 1:30 pm

Price:
Free!

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Contact the Countryside Rangers on 01698 402090


Event's Address:

Meet at Plantation Car Park Strathclyde Country Park 366 Hamilton Road Motherwell ML1 3ED

Although Strathclyde Park was commissioned and developed in the 1970s, there was a great deal of interest in this location centuries before then. The Roman Bathhouse is recognisable although its wooden fort has long since vanished. Join the Countryside Rangers to discover some of the other buildings too, hidden just off the well beaten path.

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