Grow up Wild in Clyde Valley woodlands

Fun on the CAVLP Wild in Woods play project
Fun on the CAVLP Wild in Woods play project

Look no further than local Clyde Valley woodland for free healthy fun with ‘Growing Up Wild’ play sessions this spring school holiday.

Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership (CAVLP), are piloting the woodland play project to give children and their families the chance to get out and play.

Sessions will take place in Mauldslie Woodlands (Tuesdays April 5 and April 12) and Lesmahagow Woodland Walk (Thursdays April 7 and 14). All are free so booking is essential at

“We have wonderful woodlands right on our doorstep that are perfect for families to enjoy,” explained Karen Dobbins, CAVLP Development Officer.

She continued, “This project will create a safe environment for them to play.”