Where:- Larghan Park, Coupar Angus. Sessions take place in the gazebo in the park.
Toilet facilities on site.
When:- Tuesdays from 2nd July to 30th July, 11am-2pm
What are the Park Activity Sessions?
The Park Activity Sessions are for the over 60s and also people with early-stage dementia who are able to attend safely on their own or who are accompanied by someone to support them who want to take part in an innovative, exciting and fun programme of Park and woodland activities.
What does it involve?
You will be part of a small group and have the opportunity to try many different activities including:
- Physical activity: Walks around the park to join various activities,
- Conservation activities: Creating habitats
- Bushcraft: Fire lighting and woodland cooking
- Environmental art: Photography and creating art from the wildflower meadow
- Learning: Tree and bird identification
How do I join in?
Contact the Ranger, Alistair Macleod firstname.lastname@example.org or call Susan Whyte on 01738 475395 or 07824 889007
What happens if the weather is bad?
If the weather is bad we will meet at the cylcling hub (old bowling club) which is located close to the park. Your ranger will contact you or your carer by 9am on the day to confirm if we are meeting inside.
Do I need any special equipment?
No. You will be provided with gloves, just wear sturdy boots and an appropriate waterproof jacket. Bring a pack lunch.
Can't commit to 5 weeks?
Don't worry if you can't make every week. Drop in when you can!
Can I bring a friend?
You are welcome to bring a family member, friend or carer with you to take part in the activities.
Transport: If you are struggling to make your own way to Larghan Park please contact the Ranger.