walks, running, dog-walking, picnics, wonderful views, cycling
"...and teas, coffees, meals too.
A really original, but thoroughly Scottish too, pub. And does it still have the skittle alley? Do go along and report back!
Vegetable garden; welcomes volunteers to garden together. Also family-friendly. Work-days last Sunday of the month.
"Everyone is welcome to community land workdays. Forthcoming workdays: Last Sunday of the month, starting at 10.30 am. The garden has a ‘drop in’ every Thursday, and people are welcome to come along to garden, share knowledge and skills and good company."
Church of Scotland,
Friendly and welcoming - tea & coffee between services.
Cafe open weekdays about 10-2p.m.
"friendly and welcoming - tea & coffee between services.
Cafe open weekdays about 10-2 p.m."
Benches to come & sit on & enjoy the views;
Becomes a Fringe Venue in the summer.
What's not to like?
"Work by local people and volunteers from the Woodland Trust has resulted in the creation of a diverse habitat to include woodland planting, managed grassland, and planted orchards and apple tree nursery."
"We are an independent Social Enterprise with Local Enterprise Agency status. Our aim is to build strong, sustainable communities in areas of regeneration.
We do this by helping people to set up and develop their own businesses, providing affordable workspace, supporting people into employment, and providing support to existing businesses.
As a social enterprise, any surpluses we make from our trading activity are re-invested to help support our social aims."
Providing bikes free to refugees/asylum seekers and families.
Scottish Country Dancing; Boys Brigade; Brownies; Thursday Lunch Club for elderly; Film nights; Sewing Club (Monday evenings); Cooking Club from time-to-time; Fully equipped catering kitchen; Parent & Toddler Group.
accessed via Manse garden.
Beautiful garden for anyone to visit, free; welcomes volunteers; occasional events.
"Dr Neil’s Garden is so much more than a garden. It is a friendly place that welcomes all to its peace and beauty and at the same time offers comradeship and training to volunteers. The Garden stimulates change through play, learning, the arts, healthy activity, and by addressing the special needs of people. It is open to all, free of charge 7 days a week."