Welcome to Wild Things Scotland

Connecting people with nature

Welcome to the site of Wild Things Scotland.  We are dedicated to providing unique nature experiences for all members of the community.

We offer a wide range of workshops and experiences including workshops for children, families and our specially tailored women’s days.  We offer holiday activities, birthday parties and events and we also have a varied outreach programme so if you would like us to come to you please, get in touch!

Here at Wild Things our aim is to help people reconnect and re-engage with the beautiful world around us.  We are a Community Interest Company with our main priority to reach as many individuals as possible to access the benefits that nature can offer us both with physical and mental health.

Our payment policy ensures that everyone can access our services at affordable prices for them and any profits made are fed directly back into our services for the benefit of all.

So have a browse, come and join us for a workshop and if you have any questions or would like to get involved then please get in touch via our contact page .

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  • Four Seasons Sessions

    September Session

    In our September session we will be working with compasses to navigate our way around our woodland site in a treasure hunt game!

  • Family Fun

    Family Fun

    After the success of our summer family fun session we will be running an Autumn session on Monday September 25th, South Lanarkshire School In-Service Day.

  • Forest Drama

    Forest Drama

    Drama in the Forest offers children the opportunity to create a drama piece in the woods. For more information please visit our 'What's On' Calendar.

  • Upcoming Events

    1. Introduction to Spoon Carving

      July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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Wild Things....connecting people with nature