Group activities for adults include team building conservation days or regular weekly programmes for everyone including those with learning difficulties, older adults and adults with mental health conditions.
Contact us to find out how your group can get involved, create your own tailor made course or see some examples below if you’re looking for some inspiration.
The Park has run a number of successful Branching Out programmes since 2010. Working in partnership with the Forestry Commission this innovative development is for adults who use mental health services. Participants take part in a variety of conservation and artistic activities over 12 weeks and at the end of the programme receive certificates of completion, tool use and can also achieve the John Muir Award.
John Muir Award
The John Muir Award encourages awareness and responsibility for the natural environment. The award has four challenges Discover, Explore, Conserve and Share; the Park has plenty of wild places for your group to Discover.
College, Work and Community Groups
The Park has played host to many different groups, recent volunteers include students from SAC and groups from Community Networks are regular volunteers at the Park. Whether your group wants to learn new skills, contribute to the local environment or use the volunteering activities to promote teambuilding. Contact us to find out more.
Princes Trust groups participating in the Team programme have taken part in volunteering activities around the Park including path building, invasive species control and participating in the Marine Conservation Society’s Beachwatch event. Younger adult group 18-24yr olds.
We have also worked with older adult groups such as ROAR (Reaching Older Adults in Renfrewshire) and the Cotton Club, an adults residential group providing countryside craft activities.