Monthly Archives: February 2012

Things to do outside and in, 24th February – 2nd March 2012

The rather uneventful months are over and we’re back into the swing of lots of activities being offered either outdoors or about nature indoors. To get an overview of what’s on, have a look at the calendar of events where … Continue reading

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Living Willow Dome and Tunnel

There are many great initiatives and project in Glasgow. One of them is quite local to me, the Battlefield Community Project which looks after a community garden in the heart of Battlefield which is in the Southside of Glasgow. This … Continue reading

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Tweet tweet – it’s all about birds!

This weekend has most definitely a bird theme. I’ve read somewhere that it’s the last weekend where you can put up nest boxes for use this year, so how fitting that there are a few places around Glasgow offering the … Continue reading

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Love… Outdoor Play!

You know what? We luuurve outdoor play. Yes, we can go on about all the health benefits. How it’s such an equaliser and means everyone is involved. How there are less tensions, less bullying, more empathy. How it nurtures responsible … Continue reading

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Gone Fishing

We stopped at a little access point to the White Cart river. There was mud galore, water, countless sticks and a willow tree. Somehow it occurred to me that I could make simple fish out of willow. After that, there … Continue reading

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Snowdrop Stroll

It was a status update just in time on Facebook, by the Finlayston Country Estate page, which commented on the weather forecast for the day, and it was good. I’m not a nice weather outdoors person, but after the downpours … Continue reading

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