Things to See and Do
Woodland walks - through our own woodlands or longer walks from our premises around the neighbouring woodlands which are open to the public. Dog walking is permitted in both cases.
www.clydevalley.net - comprehensive guide to events, crafts & craft workers & galleries in the locality.
www.biggar-net.co.uk - there are 6 museums in Biggar well worth a visit in the Easter to September period and all in need of your support to avoid local and Scottish memorabilia being lost forever. Exhibitions are either free or very cheap. Biggar itself is a clean, smart country town with a good selection of upmarket shops and a few cafes, just 15- 20 minutes drive south from Lanarkshire Hardwoods.
www.newlanark.org - New Lanark is a world heritage site mill village with enough to do to fill a day. Shops, cafes, exhibits of the old mill buildings & workers, interactive & otherwise, all done to a very high standard. Good for children too. Walks along the Clyde where you can view the famous Falls of Clyde which are spectacular, especially after heavy rain. About 15-20 minutes drive west from Lanarkshire Hardwoods.
www.biggar-little-festival.com - annually for 10 days in October - a family-friendly festival in the historic market town of Biggar ; music, arts, crafts and fun.
www.visitlanarkshire.com - good comprehensive guide to things to see & do in the area and loads of attractions.
www.skaramanda.com - lovely handmade jewellery designs in various materials and prices to suit all pockets. Maggie Lord has her shop in Carnwath just 50 yards to the Lanark side of the bank and traffic lights, always worth a visit. She has other quality local handmade items as well such as cards and scarves.
http://www.auroragiftgallery.com/ family run business in Lanark High Street, art & crafts in wood and other materials from the best of British Artists
We carry a range of brochures in our woodshop for local interest, places to go, eating etc