Green gym conservation volunteering in North Ayrshire!

Green gym conservation volunteering in North Ayrshire!

Posted on behalf of The Conservation Volunteers
An activity with Kilwinning Library Green Gym

Activity date: Wednesday 29th January 2020

Start time: 10:00

Finish time: 13:00

Activity descriptionhe Green Gym is fun and free way of keeping active outdoors. Unlike other conservation projects, the emphasis is very much on health and fitness. It includes a variety of practical conservation tasks (gardening, food growth, habitat creation/management etc), and healthy walking educational activities. Anyone who is interested in getting fit, has an interest in the outdoors, or loves mucking in with practical conservation work then join in. The Green Gym is free and open to all. Sessions start at 10am and run for around 3 hours. It can be flexible to suit your lifestyle.

Meeting placeThe meeting time is proposed for 5 minutes before the start of each session at Kilwinning Library, St Winning's Lane, Kilwinning, KA13 6EP Sessions start at 10am and run for around 3 hours. It can be flexible to suit your lifestyle.

Activity location Kilwinning Library, St Winning's Ln, Kilwinning KA13 6EP, KA136EP

Site descriptionKilwinning Library surrounding area has amenity grassland, and a spread of trees and areas of vegetation.

Contact Adaica Rodriguez Telephone: 07767 112084



Please bring
  • packed lunch
  • suitable outdoor clothes
  • suitable outdoor footwear
Further infoThe Green Gym sessions are drop in/drop out sessions. There are no time constraints as long as you let the leader knows when you are coming and going.

Site Facilities
  • Disabled Access
  • Parking
  • Toilets
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Nearest Toilets - Kilwinning Library

29 Jan 2020 at 10:00am
until 29 Jan 2020 at 1:00pm
Kilwinning Library
St Winning's Ln
KA13 6EP

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