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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Getting out into nature and connecting children with nature doesn’t have to come at a cost. It’s often really easy and doesn’t take as much effort or money as one may think. Looking back at my own childhood, I remember … Continue reading
Don’t know what to do this weekend yet? How about this event: At Kelburn Castle in Largs, you can find out all about biodiversity and conservation all weekend. Learn about the conservation of species in Ayrshire (including the Bat Conservation … Continue reading
Culzean Castle is a bit further afield but definitely worth the trip. The castle is set in stunning grounds with views across the isle of Arran (and other islands in the vicinity) and Ailsa Craig. There are long walks along … Continue reading
If you’re unsure what to do outdoors, or want to get some ideas and inspiration, there’s plenty on this week. If you know of any events in the Central Belt that aren’t listed, please do add details in the comments! … Continue reading
With the summer in full swing and during these pre-school holidays, we have more time than usual to fill with craft activities. So off we went to the library and came across this lovely book, brimming with ideas: Outdoor Green … Continue reading
Hi, I am Maggy from Red Ted Art and I would love to share with you our fun, easy and virtually free craft project – celebrating the great outdoors! Make these any time of year, after a lovely walk to … Continue reading
I’m delighted to be able to offer the readers of Nature Kids (Glasgow) an exciting product giveaway in the very first week of the site! One lucky winner will receive the high quality All-in-One Rainsuit and a set of wellies … Continue reading
This week’s featured place to visit was the National Museum for Rural Life, which is managed by the National Trust for Scotland. The reason we visited it recently for the first time was because last month, we took out a … Continue reading
This weekend Glasgow is all looking towards the Merchant City. And would you believe it, even in the middle of the city, nay, the very heart of the old city, namely High Street and the Provand’s Lordship, there is even … Continue reading