Path maintenance in Glasgow (John Muir - Allander Walkway)!

Path maintenance in Glasgow (John Muir - Allander Walkway)!

Posted on behalf of The Conservation Volunteers
An activity with Conservation Volunteer Team - Glasgow

Activity date: Thursday 25th April 2019

Start time: 9:45

Finish time: 15:30

Activity descriptionTCV's mid week group volunteers will be cutting back vegetation and opening the path along the Allander walkway to improve access.

Meeting placeRoyal Concert hall (rear entrance), Killermont St at 0945.

Activity location John Muir - Allander Walkway, Allander walkway, Glasgow G62 6EW, G626EW

Site descriptionRiverside walkway, woodland patches

Contact Lauren Lochrie Telephone: 07740899609



Please bring
  • packed lunch
  • suitable outdoor clothes
  • suitable outdoor footwear
Further infoWear suitable outdoor clothing that you don't mind getting dirty. Extra waterproofs and wellingtons will be provided if required as well as some hot/cold drinks and biscuits.

Site Facilities
  • Nearest Toilets - Dobbies Garden Centre, Milngavie

25 Apr 2019 at 9:45am
until 25 Apr 2019 at 3:30pm
John Muir - Allander Walkway
G62 6EW

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