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Last year in the storm that caused so much damage across Scotland, a tree fell right into the pride of Finlaystone Country Estate’s adventure play area and destroyed the pirate ship. Today the restored pirate ship, aptly named Finlay Phoenix, … Continue reading
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
With autumn in full swing, this week has a rather a lot of fun activities on offer. So without further ado, here’s the low down of where to be and what to do: 29th October at House for an Art … Continue reading
October week is just around the corner and there is so much on in and around Glasgow, so much choice, so much exciting stuff to do, it’ll be hard to pick one activity over another! So rather than by the … Continue reading
As the chestnut trees are showing off their full autumn glory, autumn is undeniably with us and it’s time for some… CONKERS! Which is what Finlaystone Estate have thought to themselves (and everyone else) too, and luckily kids can enter … Continue reading
Now that the summer has been and gone (it may have been one day in July, but nevermind), there are less and less outdoor and nature weekday activities happening in and around Glasgow, and even weekend events are getting rarer. … Continue reading
If you’re looking for great places to have outdoor and nature fun this weekend, there are some events on this weekend that are worth checking out. Finlaystone has a Pirate theme going on Sunday afternoon from 1-4pm. Cost is £4 … Continue reading
Finlaystone Country Estate is a definite gem of a place to spend a day outdoors. If you travel by car, it’s conveniently located just off the M8 between Greenock and Glasgow. The estate offers woodland walks, an adventure playground, a … Continue reading
This coming weekend offers a wealth of nature activities to choose from, too many possibly? Well, we’re certainly struggling to make our choice. Kelburn Castle has a Viking day on Sunday, 28th August. The National Museum of Rural Life has … Continue reading