Things to do

biodiversity

Activities for kids

The Woodland Trust has set up a website called Nature Directives and it is an excellent way to educate and inspire children about nature with over 1000 free activities, games and dowloads for schools and groups. Children will also recieve stickers and poster which will entice children to take part and learn about nature. 

South Lanarkshire Council also have educational packs on the general countryside and local country parks. These packs can be found on the South Lanarkshire Council website.

Scottish National Heritage also have educational cards for children that are full of fun facts which you could use you are outdoors to see what you can find. Please visit Scottish National Heritage for more information.

Try your own Bug Hunt on a day out. Lots of resources can be found from Buglife, UK Ladybirds Survey, Butterfly Conservation, Bumblebee Conservation and Little Trekkers websites.

Walking and Cycling

A great way to see lots of the countryside and enjoy the scenery, wildlife and get exercise is by using one of the many cycling and walking routes in South Lanarkshire. There are a range of different length routes of varying difficulty, have a browse of the visit lanarkshire website to find one that most suits you