Activities for all ages and abilities throughout the year.
Events vary from small ranger-led activities to larger-scale events and seasonal festivals.
There really is something for everyone at Rouken Glen Park.
For further information please follow the links in the side-bar for event-specific information.
Activity Ranger Programme
Our events cover a variety of topics including:
- Education activities and walks with our Activity Ranger
- Conservation and Wildlife
- History and Archaeology of the park
- Geology of the park
- Art and Cultural activities
- Volunteering - refer to Volunteering section
Rouken Glen Park hosts a variety of events run by external organisations and local community groups - refer to the Events section
Short walks for all abilities.
Schools / Community and Corporate Groups
Rouken Glen Park has a series of Curriculum for Excellence lesson plans for Early, First and Second levels.
Local community groups and corporate groups looking for volunteering activities are welcome in the park.
If you would like bespoke activities arranged for your group, or to find out more about out Education Programme, please contact our Activity Ranger on 0141-638 4121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Adult and Family Learning Team have written an article about their experience of English for Speakers of Other Languages sessions in the park, see related documents section.
Healthy Duck Food
Whilst it is fun to feed the ducks, too much bread in our pond sinks to the bottom and its decomposition creates an unpleasant smell. Bread is not a natural food for ducks and too much of it can make ducks fat, making them too heavy to quickly fly away from predators like foxes. Healthy snacks to feed ducks are bird seed, unfrozen peas, broccoli and grape halves. More information at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-magazine-monitor-31903778