Ooh, it’s Wednesday, the day of all the fabulous stuff that you can take part in this week. As always, this is a round up of nature / outdoors activities for children as well as events.
At the weekend, there’s this year’s Doors Open Day in Glasgow. This is a great idea, lots of buildings, places and locations open their doors that would normally either not be open to the public or charge for the pleasure. There’s really too much on for me to list here, you’re best advised to get your teeth into the Doors Open Day programme.
Coinciding with Doors Open Day, the Tramway launches their new meadow on 17th September and there are lots of activities around the theme of biodiversity which should appeal to all ages. It’s all free, happening from 10am-4pm and for a small donation, you can even take home a pot of biodiversity!
Pollok Country Park hosts the Highland Cattle Show 2011 on 17th September from 9.45am. There’ll be children’s entertainment, Clydesdale Horses, Countryside Activities, a Pipe Band and much more.
And Culzean Castle and Country Park opens its doors to the caves, which are normally closed. Booking on Friday 16th Sept from 9 am essential – phone 01655 884400. Cost: Adult £10, Child £5 and children must be 8 years or over and accompanied by an adult.
If you know of any more events from 15th to 22nd September, it would be great if you could share it in the comments.