24th November 2019

Axe Maidens Unite

31st July 2019

Join the Community Build: Village Workshop Project, 13th & 14th July

1st July 2019

Join the Community Build: Village Workshop Project, 13th & 14th July. Thanks to the tireless work of local people (young and old) from Kilsyth and beyond, we are getting closer to completing the green timber building! Many thanks also to our funders the Heritage Lottery Fund. As well as our regular Drop In Thursdays, over […]

Announcing Dig Deep: A New ‘Design & Build’ Natural Play Service

2nd February 2018

Together we are proud to make something different – green spaces with character that engage their users and whose starting point is children’s play and outdoor learning. We are excited to announce a new opportunity for schools across Scotland. A project collaboration between Judi Legg, WILDSIDE DESIGNS & PLAYLINK Associate, and Clydesdale Community Initiative (CCI). […]

How To Grow A Playspace

10th May 2017

The exciting new publication ‘How to Grow a Playspace’ is now published.  This comprehensive ‘go-to’ guide is for anyone interested or involved with children’s play and play spaces.  Chapter 31 of this excellent read was developed by Judi Legg, Wildside in Scotland, and is entitled This Place is Like a Building Site – a familiar […]

Free Baltic Street Adventure Playground Tours

1st April 2017

Wildside in Scotland is organising a programme of visits for play workers, facility managers, educationalists and all those with an interest in free play outdoors to Baltic Street Adventure Playground, one of the most inspiring play projects in Scotland. Baltic Street Adventure Playground is a supervised adventure playground for children from 6 to 12 years which has […]

North Lanarkshire Teachers Get All Fired Up!

1st April 2017

Teachers from North Lanarkshire got all fired up at their recent Critical Skills Outdoor CPD event as they achieved their challenge of lighting a fire and keeping it going for ten minutes. The Critical Skills Outdoor CPD course is all about working with cheap and simple loose materials, with the aim of demonstrating an exciting […]