Where is Strathclyde Country Park in North Lanarkshire?

Strathclyde Country Park is an iconic North Lanarkshire Country park which lies in 400 hectares of countryside in the valley of the River Clyde. Set within beautiful surroundings the park is one of the most popular family attractions in the central belt of Scotland, with thousands of visitors coming each year to…

Where is the bus stop for Strathclyde Country Park?

Strathclyde Country Park is accessible by public transport and a bus stop is situated at the Motherwell entrance to the park. If making your way by train please alight at either Motherwell or Airbles Road stations from where you can either walk, take a bus or taxi to the park. It is advised that timetable directions be sought before travelling.

When is Stereofunk at Strathclyde Country Park?

After the massive success of Kids Party In The Park 2019, Disco Domes are back at Strathclyde Park on Friday 29th April 2022 for another amazing kids festival! Celebrating 15 years, Stereofunk Festival will now take place on Saturday 30th April 2022 at Strathclyde Country Park!

Where can I go to have my CV checked?

Please note that in light of the current COVID restrictions, Careers Service staff are working from home. As a result, all CV checks will be carried out remotely by Zoom. You will receive further instructions upon booking a slot. This service is for undergraduates, taught postgraduates and graduates.

Where to find Strathclyde Business Park in Scotland?

In mapskm.com to page “Map of Strathclyde Business Park Scotland (United Kingdom)” we provide useful information to those who are to start a trip with arrival in Strathclyde Business Park.

How big is Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell?

At Strathclyde Country Park we have well appointed training conference and business meeting facilities situated in our Watersports Centre, comfortably accommodating up to 50 participants in a stimulating learning environment with stunning views over Strathclyde Loch.

Which is the best part of Strathclyde Park?

Although this walk starts and ends in the ever-busy Strathclyde Park, much of it is in a more secluded area, through mature woodland and along the South Calder. The main feature of Strathclyde Park is its large artificial loch, which was used for events at the Commonwealth Rowing Championships last month.