Cringletie Snowdrops Festival
Wellies are available to tip toe through the snowdrops in the woods overlooking the gorge or meandering around the stream and Doocot. The Cringletie nature trail is now open so let the lights twinkle as they guide you along the path by the waterfall and collect the fairy tokens along the way to receive your reward when you finish with tea round the log fire; your fabulous afternoon tea by the roaring fire, served with our unique snowdrop scones will be sumptuous. Light lunches are also available - sorry closed Mondays & Tuesdays in February
Bring the whole family together this Easter and treat your loved ones to the magic of our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts! Get ready for a long weekend of fun and discovery as you spot the first signs of spring and experience nature bursting into life at the special places the National Trust for Scotland looks after. Become a nature detective to follow bunny’s clues and finish your adventure with a delicious chocolatey treat.Find out more
Join local chior 8+1 in the beautiful surroundings of Benmore Courtyard Gallery. Their programme,which will last approximately 35 minutes, will offer a light music selection with a range of styles including folk, pop and jazz.
Once again the chior members have kindly given their time for free, donations for 8+1 are welcome.
Nature of Food FreeApril 7th, 2018 - March 13th, 2018
Food is connected to just about every aspect of our lives. Scottish Environment, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes (SEFARI) collective presents a week of tasty science exploring what we eat and how the nation’s diet affects our health and that of the natural world. Fun and engaging drop-in activities developed in association with Young Scot will be accompanied by pop-up talks presented by SEFARI scientists at 2pm and 3pm each day, check rbge.org.uk for details.Find out more
Come and see the swathes of snowdrops that carpet the banks of Scrape Burn, which runs through the middle of Dawyck Botanic Garden. Set amidst a picturesque glen in the Scottish Borders, world-famous Dawyck Botanic Garden provides a magnificent backdrop for this stunning display. Award-winning visitor centre open dailyFind out more
Come and enjoy a Sunday walk at Dawyck during the Scottish Snowdrop Festival with an experienced garden guide who will help you discover more about this beautiful flower that heralds the start of Spring. Please note February walks start at 1.45pm and March walks start at 2.15pm.Find out more