This is a great time to watch the antics of our healthy population of red squirrels. They are active throughout the winter and are easily seen at various feeders along with a good selection of woodland birds. Snow cover on the garden is always lovely especially on the large conifers and this is a good time to see the structure of the garden. Please be careful driving up to Cluny in the winter as the drive is steep and may be icy.Find out more
Culzean Castle is perched dramatically on the Ayrshire cliffs of Scotland's west coast. Culzean will hosts a series of events throughout spring and summer. The Food Market will see the very best produce from local suppliers brought to Culzean on the first Sunday of every month - an array of food, crafts and flowers.Find out more
Botanic Lights is back for 2016. Embark upon a journey of light around the world and explore regions from where the Garden's plants were collected to the places its scientists carry out important research and conservation work today. Every night from 13 October to 6 November (except Mondays). For further information and tickets visit www.botaniclights.co.ukFind out more
Storytellers will animate the Garden for a relaxed afternoon of stories for all the family. Meet at the Storytelling tent, where they will take you on story journeys into the beautiful surroundings, where nature, gardens and dreams meet, enriched by late autumn colours.Find out more
Join artists in the woods around Cambo for a day of creative activities. We will be using homemade charcoal, willow, berries and leaves to create an autumn spectacle. This event coincides with an exhibition of work by local artists as part of the East Neuk Open Studios initiative. Drop in between 10.30 - 12.30pm amd 2pm - 4pm with plenty of time for a picnic and woodland walk in between!Find out more
As part of the Edinburgh Café Scientifique programme Toby Pennington will open a discussion about the causes of deforestation in the world's most biodiverse forests in Latin America. These include increased demand for meat and the cultivation of soy bean, much of which is exported and used in animal feed. Come and find out what the solutions could be and how we as consumers can improve the situation.
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