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Last update: 14 September 2017
Outdoor Events and Activities
Stirling Ranger Service provides a whole range of events for people of all ages and abilities. They are a great way to discover nature, explore new areas and enjoy the health benefits of being out and about. Children are welcome at all events but an adult MUST supervise under 16s at all times.
All events MUST be booked in advance. For further information about the events and to book, please call:
01786 404040 or e-
If you book on an event and can't make it please call and let the Ranger Service know as someone else may be able to go in your place.
Action Days are your opportunity to get some gentle exercise outside and give something back to the environment. For these days, refreshments, tools, gloves and equipment are provided but please bring your own lunch. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear stout footwear.
Below PCP stands for Plean Country Park
Saturday 30th September, 10am – 12 noon FUNGI FORAY WALK PCP
Join the Rangers for a fantastic foray to hunt for these autumnal fruits. If you have ID books and carrying containers it could be useful to bring them along.
Saturday 14th October, 10am – 3pm MADD (Make A Difference Day)
Come along and help Stirling Council Ranger Service in conjunction with Friends of Plean Country Park celebrate CSV Make a Difference Day with our annual volunteer BBQ and rhodie bash. Help us cut and burn the invasive, non-
Saturday 28th October, 10am – 3pm BOG ACTION DAY WESTER MOSS
Joining forces with Butterfly Conservation, we will be taking invading pine saplings off the moss, cutting back scrub and damming up ditches. Refreshments, tools, gloves and equipment are provided but please bring your own lunch. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear stout footwear.
Saturday 11th November 10am – 4pm HEDGE WEAVING PCP
Come along and help us get the wild hedgerow tamed! This traditionally layed hedge is getting a bit unruly, and provides less shelter for wildlife if it is left to grow all straggly. We need a hand to weave the strands back in, like weaving a giant basket! Refreshments and equipment provided, but bring a packed lunch and suitable clothing and footwear.
Saturday 25th November, 10am – 4pm POND TASK DAY BALQUHIDDEROCK WOOD
Lend a hand to provide some TLC to our newest ponds by carrying out some maintenance tasks to make sure they are in great condition for the frogs and newts wishing to breed in it come spring time! Bring a packed lunch, and wellies are a must!!
Saturday 2nd December, 10am – 3pm FESTIVE RHODIE BASH PCP
As 21st October, but you will be making a difference with a festive party theme to the day instead. A hot lunch, mince pies and refreshments provided to keep you energised in the battle against the alien invaders!!!! Booking ESSENTIAL for catering purposes.
To be kept up to date with the work of the Ranger Service, upcoming events and other news and links we think that you might be interested in, find us at
Facebook www.facebook.com/stirlingcouncilrangers or
Instagram @stirlingrangers and
on the What’s On pages on the Stirling Council website at my.stirling.gov.uk/events as well as through your local press.
Come and join us to find out more about your local green spaces.
|Our local SWT Group|
|Site Management Days|
|Standing Up for Wildlife|
|Courses and Training|
|Explore on your own - Walks|
|Children's Wildlife Watch Group|
|Other Regional Groups & Activities|
|Callander Local Group|
|Falkirk Local Group|
|Plant Local Area NeTwork (PLANT)|
|Clacks Ranger Service|
|Stirling Ranger Service|
|Urban Butterfly Project|