Do You Dorodango Easter Hunt

Join in a treasure hunt of Dorodango Mud balls to get you out exploring in the Clyde and Avon Valley this Easter Holiday. How many Dorodango can you spot and collect in your local area?

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Saturday 08 April 2017 until Sunday 09 April 2017

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Free

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Carluke - Mill Trail Glassford - Borelands Trail and up to the Standing Stones, Lanark - Field Edge Trail Larkhall - Colliery Trail Stonehouse - Stone’s Throw Trail and The Picture Trail up to Stonehouse Park

Dorodango Mud Balls can be found on the following trails:

Carluke - Mill Trail

Glassford - Borelands Trail and up to the Standing Stones,

Lanark - Field Edge Trail

Larkhall - Colliery Trail

Stonehouse - Stone’s Throw Trail and The Picture Trail up to Stonehouse Park

Schoolchildren across Clyde and Avon Valley have been working with the Make Your Way team to make these Dorodango; now is your chance to spot one of these rare objects and maybe, if you’re quick enough, take one home! Or make your own Dorodango using our instruction kit!
Download the maps by clicking the links at the right of this page.
MAKE YOUR WAY: Thanks to funding from the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places grant and Heritage Lottery Fund supported Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership we will be working with communities in Carluke, Lanark, Larkhall, Glassford and Stonehouse to promote walking and cycling.
Upload your Dorodango find to Facebook or Twitter with the #MakeYourWay
Do You Dorodango Easter Hunt, Carluke, Glassford, Lanark, Larkhall, Stonehouse
Do You Dorodango Easter Hunt, Carluke, Glassford, Lanark, Larkhall, Stonehouse

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