Wild Ways Well Returns

Cumbernauld Living Landscape’s Wild Ways Well project is back! Thanks to backing from the Green Infrastructure Fund and Transport Scotland we’ll be offering a brand new programme of walks and conservation activities, and of course the essential cup of tea brewed over an outdoor kettle, throughout 2018. Our free Thursday afternoon sessions are open to


Wild Ways Well 2018

Have you broken any New Year’s resolutions yet? We’re barely into the first week of 2018 and I’ve broken most of mine, which generally focus around eating less chocolate and bacon rolls. Why do I set myself such impossible goals? Time markers can be stressful events for many people. For those of us with depression


Christmas comes just once a year

Christmas comes just once a year – but for those of us with anxiety or stress problems, that can be quite often enough! Decorating trees, buying gifts, preparing meals, visiting family and friends, bad weather, crowded streets… with all the pressure on our purses, family relations and waistbands, it’s no wonder that the festive period

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CumbernauldLivingLandscapeThursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 1:27pm

A bit of a longer walk with the Wild Ways Well group today, we covered over 12,000 steps and took a wander around Cumbernauld Glen learning about snowdrops and looking for wildlife. Saw plenty of birds, a roe deer buck and lots of dingle-dangles (snowdrops!)...

CumbernauldLivingLandscapeThursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 11:54am

Volunteers are the Toast of our town #Nationaltoastday read our blog for more https://t.co/35wlJiVkpy https://t.co/v41hywah4K

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Cumbernauld Living LandscapeThursday, February 22nd, 2018 at 2:33pm

Check out this weeks blog apparently National Toast Day is trending on Twitter, and who knew the best way to burn of those toasty calories was to volunteer with us ;)

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Cumbernauld Living LandscapeWednesday, February 21st, 2018 at 6:18pm

Just returned to the office to hear the incredibly sad news that one of my first ever volunteers (way back in 2014) has passed away. I am shocked and utterly heartbroken and can only imagine the loss the family and friends of Freda Fleming must...