A young couple in Kirkfieldbank throwing nuts in the fire. Youngsters pulling kale from the fields surrounding the steep gorges at Chatelherault. An empty chair and plate of food left out for a recently deceased relative in a mansion overlooking the Clyde. Neep lanterns twinkling at windows in Dalserf and village bonfires illuminating the dark autumnal sky throughout the valleys.
Conserving the character of the unique burial ground at Dalzell Estate
Help preserve Carluke's hidden wilderness
Do you know the meanings behind the name of the place where you live? Are you interested in finding out how to research and understand the meanings of the place names of the Clyde and Avon Valley?
Come and learn about how steel is made and shaped
It’s dirty work, but someone’s got to do it.
Five primary 6 pupils from Underbank Primary in Crossford have been learning all about cooking in the outdoors.
Swamps, ice sheets and underground caverns! Clyde and Avon valleys' geology revealed.
Primary schools in the Clyde and Avon Valleys are being encouraged to get involved in a biodiversity campaign to engage pupils in learning about orchards and the environment.
I admit it! I’m in love. It’s a bit of a long distance affair – living in Glasgow and working in New Lanark – but distance is no object when you’re in this kind of relationship.
Learn to make a blue and white image.
Blink and you’d miss the signpost to ‘Hoolet Raw’ – the only visible trace of what was once a row of miners’ cottages and named after the owls once residing alongside them, now part of the Mineral Walkway at Chatelherault Country Park.
Did you know the Forestry Commission used to own part of what is now the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve?
This Friday offers a last chance for visitors to experience a new interpretation of the truly magnificent landscape at Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT) Falls of Clyde near New Lanark for free!
For the first time ever, Clyde Valley apple juice is produced