Take the Long Way Home

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Date:

Sunday 24 September 2017 12:00pm until 4:30 pm

Price:
Free!

Get tickets from:
Contact the Countryside Ranger Service on 01698 402090


Event's Address:

Meet at the Watersports Centre Strathclyde Country Park 366 Hamilton Road Motherwell ML1 3ED

Firstly, we take the minibus, fill it with people and drive to the Garrion Bridge.  Then we send the bus home and walk back to Strathclyde Country Park! We follow the River Clyde as it passes by the ancient woodlands of Cambusnethan, onto Adders Gill and Baron's Haugh Nature Reserve.

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