Post Category: Visitor Centre

Visitor Centre

Interactive Exhibition is back open

The Visitor Centre is finally back to full strength as we re-open our interactive exhibition space. The very popular water …

Visitor Centre

Volunteering at the Visitor Centre

We are looking to recruit some new volunteers to take on regular or ad hoc volunteer shifts …is this you?

Visitor Centre

Visitor Centre records high sales as the sun shines

We have been so delighted with the support we have had from our regular cafe visitors and those seeking to …

Cafe Now Open
Visitor Centre

Cafe is now open daily and the yard has been given a makeover

We are delighted to finally be back open every day 10.00 to 4.00pm, sadly our exhibition space will have to remain …

Visitor Centre

Come inside – we are open!!!

As of Wednesday 28th April we are delighted to welcome visitors back inside to see our newly refurbished cafe area.

Visitor Centre

The new look for our Visitor Centre cafe is taking shape

We hope to welcome you all back inside and to see our new cafe area complete with brand new serving desk, coffee machine, fridge, washing basin, and hopefully news chairs and tables.

News

Looking forward to getting all our work flowing again

As the Scottish Government releases details of how guidelines will change and restrictions ease, The Trust is working on getting …

News

Shops Open!! Books, masks, river pins and walkway bottles for sale

We have taken the decision to bring back some of our stock items, new products and books for sale at …

Learning

Kingfisher Club is launched and Birthday Parties are BACK!!

Working outdoors with young people is at the heart of our work and we have been working hard to create Covid secure activities to enable children to enjoy the river.

Visitor Centre

Wild about Masks – well sick of picking up discarded disposables and seeking sewers to make reusable masks to sell at the Centre

We have all seen discarded PPE in the streets, parks and greenspaces and our volunteers are sick of picking up this potentially hazardous litter. Masks and gloves also pose a risk to wildlife.

Visitor Centre

The Centre is open for takeaway refreshments and information – but hope to open up further soon

New re-opening times for July 2020

Visitor Centre

Logos and signs abound with a WOLCT Cargo Bike, Walkway Water Bottles, and the Trusts old Centre sign all featuring

Look what we have borrowed from SUSTRANS – an electric cargo bike. To alleviate the pressure on the van and …

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