TCV Scotland is working with the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership and a wide range of other organisations and local communities to develop the Seven Lochs Wetland Park as a place for people, nature and heritage. With lots of activities to encourage recreation and education, and a range of ways to get involved in the park, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Bringing together 20 square km of amazing lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge the Seven Lochs Wetland Park already offers an exciting range of things to see and do. The park's extensive path network and diverse range of habitats make it the perfect setting to get out of the city and experience nature. As well as walking and cycling you can get involved by joining the Seven Lochs volunteer group who carry out a range of practical conservation tasks across the area, improving the fantastic habitats for people and nature. There is also plenty to do for families, with a variety of seasonal activities from Halloween lantern walks to Easter Bunny Hunts.
Plans to develop the Seven Lochs Wetland Park received a major boost in July 2016 following the announcement that it is to receive £4.5 million funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund
If you are interested in finding out more about the Seven Lochs Wetland Park, please visit www.sevenlochs.org
Claire Quinn, Heritage Volunteering Officer
Tel: 0141 287 3753 or 07813 597179