The cold weather might be setting in, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a day out at Castlemilk Park.
In fact, there is a whole host of events at the park right up until spring.
On Saturday, January 3, there is the Walk off your Christmas Spirit event running from 11.30am - 3.00pm.
This aims to help participants walk off the excesses of the festive period with a refreshing walk around the woods of Castlemilk Park and the surrounding countryside.
Attendees are asked to wear suitable footwear, dress for the weather and bring a snack.
Anyone looking to attend can meet outside Castlemilk Community Centre at 121 Castlemilk Drive.
The Winter Tree Identification event will be held on Sunday, January 25 from 1.30pm till 3.30pm. As it suggests in the title, this event is designed to help people develop their tree identification skills.
Anyone looking to attend can meet outside Castlemilk Stables at 59 Machrie Road.
The All About Owls event will be held on Tuesday, February 10 from 1.30pm till 3.30pm. Residents will be able to see and handle a variety of owls. It will take place Outside Castlemilk Community Centre at 121 Castlemilk Drive.
And the Big Spring Clean will take place on Saturday, March 28 from 1.30pm till 3.30pm. Locals are encouraged to get involved, grab some gloves and help to spring clean the park. Meet outside Castlemilk Community Centre.
There is also the Photo Walking Club, which takes place on the second Monday of each month from1.30pm till 3.30pm. Photo walking is the act of walking with a camera for the purpose of taking photos of things that people find interesting along the way.
The How Old Are Yew club is a bimonthly local history group. They will meet on Friday, January 16 and Friday, January 20 from 1.30pm till 3.30pm. This is a group who meet to discuss Castlemilk’s history. Anyone interested can meet the group at Castlemilk Community Centre on the dates specified.
The Cup of Tea in the Park club meet on the second Friday on each month from 11am till 1pm. This is described as a “woodland walk with a warm cuppa in the woods”.
For more information on events in the park, visit www.castlemilkpark.co.uk.
Popular An owl event came to Castlemilk last year and was well received