Items in the "News" category

A Way with Willowherb at Loudon Pond

A Way with Willowherb at Loudon Pond

Volunteers sought Thurs 16 Aug at Loudon Pond

Celebrate the Clyde Valley at Fruit Day

Celebrate the Clyde Valley at Fruit Day

Celebrate the Clyde Valley orchards and local produce at the 7th annual Fruit Day on Saturday 1 October at Overton Farm, Crossford, between 9am and 1.30pm.

Chatelherault and the French Connection: Following in the Footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots

Chatelherault and the French Connection: Following in the Footsteps of Mary Queen of Scots

The pivotal role that Hamilton plays in the history of Scotland is being remembered as work continues to restore the ancient woodlands and dramatic landscapes of Hamilton High Parks in South Lanarkshire Council Chatelherault Country Park.

Clyde Walkway Community Links officially opened

Clyde Walkway Community Links officially opened

Aileen Campbell, Minister for Public Health and Sport, opened the newly improved Clyde Walkway Community Links trails on Friday 9 September at the Popinjay Hotel, Rosebank.

FREE Clyde Walkway app launches

FREE Clyde Walkway app launches

65 km of trail opened up to digital users

FREE Woodland family fun for award-winning play area at New Lanark

FREE Woodland family fun for award-winning play area at New Lanark

Families are being invited to join in with FREE celebrations for award-winning Clearburn Natural Play Area’s Second Birthday Bash at New Lanark World Heritage Site, on Saturday 10 September, 1 – 3pm

Get your hands dirty at Kirkfieldbank Park this autumn

Get your hands dirty at Kirkfieldbank Park this autumn

Volunteers wanted to help out at Kirkfieldbank Park

Harvested conifers secure future of Chatelherault

Harvested conifers secure future of Chatelherault

Felling complete as forestry harvesters leave park

Make Your Way: Active Travel Campaign

Make Your Way: Active Travel Campaign

Seeking provider for active travel campaign, part of the Make Your Way project

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