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Charity Garden Opening - Kilsyth Gardens (2)

Kilsyth Gardens
**Aeolia** (Mr and Mrs George Murdoch) A third-of-an-acre woodland garden developed since 1960 and designed to have something in flower every month of the year. The garden contains a large variety of mature specimen trees and shrubs, maples, primulas, hardy geraniums and...
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Charity Garden Opening - Old Farm Cottage (2)

The Ladywell
This delightful garden as featured in the *Scotland on Sunday* in September 2019, has something of interest all year round. A magnificent collection of spring bulbs (29 March and 5 April openings), shrubs and small trees attractive for their flowers, fruit and...
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Charity Garden Opening - St Patrick's House

St Patrick's House
A May visit to St Patrick’s House garden will be rewarded with a stunning display of rhododendrons, azaleas, heathers and shrubs. Created over a 50-year period, the grounds of this five-acre garden slope down to the River Clyde. Natural springs have been...
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Charity Garden Opening - The Potting Shed (2)

The Potting Shed
A one-acre garden, begun from scratch in 2008, on an exposed hillside at 900 feet. It contains herbaceous plants, climbers, shrubs and trees, all selected for wind resistance and ability to cope with the poor, stony soil. There are (usually) fine views...
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Charity Garden Opening - The Schoolhouse (1)

The Schoolhouse
A developing and informal village garden extending to about half an acre. Home to a seasonal cut flower business with a secluded cutting garden with raised beds filled with colourful and unusual annuals. There are lawns with herbaceous borders, a productive kitchen...
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Charity Garden Opening - The Walled Garden, Shieldhill (2)

The Walled Garden Shieldhill
This 200-year-old walled garden was completely redesigned and planted in 2014/15 with contemporary features within a classic design. The garden incorporates a modern rill and banks of colour with perennial flowers in a variety of borders. The resident bees enjoy the large...
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Charity Garden Opening - Wellbutts (2)

Wellbutts
We started our croft garden 19 years ago on an exposed hill site of approximately two acres at an altitude of 960 feet. Our priority then was hedging, shrub and tree planting, keeping open views but creating windbreaks for herbaceous gardens, spring-fed...
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Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault Country Park

Chatelherault was built in 1732 as the hunting lodge and summer house for the Duke of Hamilton. Designed by the famous Scottish Architect William Adam, Chatelherault now serves as a magnificent gateway to a beautiful Country Park.
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Christmas Crooners

Christmas Crooners

Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
Christmas tunes with a Rat Pack flavour in the style of Andy Williams' Christmas Shows, featuring a host of festive favourites.
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Clarkston Angling Club

Clarkston Angling Club

Clarkston Angling Club are based at the Lilly Loch - a Rainbow and Brown Trout fishery and is located at Hillend near Airdrie.
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Cloudbusters

Cloudbusters

Cloudbusters offers visitors the opportunity to try the sport of paragliding and paramotoring.
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Clyde Valley Family Park

Clyde Valley Family Park

A day out where the whole family can play together! Race Mum and Dad on the Go-Karts, meet loads of friendly farm animals up close and make amazing memories!
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