Tag: bardykes

Bardykes Farm Christmas Fun

Book your festive thrill for your wee ones at Bardykes Farm, Blantyre this year!All of the activities are planned for children aged 2-8 years, however all ages and siblings are welcome.      This year look out for … Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree 🎄 Meeting Santa Sandy MBE by the Fire 🔥Making a Christmas Craft to take home Dancing in […]

Surfacing Works

South Lanarkshire Council will be surfacing part of Bardykes Road , Blantyre tomorrow. Setting up on 3rd October 2022 outside number 47, work is expected to last up to 3 working days. It’s the pavements which are being patched, so disruption for pedestrians is likely, though no disruption for drivers is exepcted. For the full […]

Bardykes Festive Fun!

There may be no public Christmas event on Glasgow Road this year, but there’s still LOADS of festive fun for kids going on in and around the town. Like this! Join the staff at Bardykes Nursery for Festive Fun on the Farm! Bardykes Nursery, just off Bardykes Road, Blantyre is hosting fun filled festive activities […]

Bee Rescue: Ah’ll bee Back!

There’s a wee story we’ve been following this week. The story started up at Park House on Sydes Brae on Thursday evening where the resident was shocked to see a swarm of bees on her stone gate pillars.!The bees were in one place, congregated. After making enquiries locally, the bees were tracked down to the […]

Bardykes Farm Nursery Events

Bardykes Farm Nursery in Blantyre have announced the next block of special events! This time, they have a wonderful Springtime theme and kids are going to love them as soon as lockdown is lifted! Here’s just some fo the things your little ones can look forward to: Come and join a guided tour around the […]

Bardykes Bairns Keeping Blantyre Beautiful

Raising a Special “Green flag” award over the flower pots, stable blocks and rabbit hutches of Bardykes Farm breaks new ground for the popular Blantyre children’s nursery. It’s the ultimate environmental accolade. The nursery set out its agricultural roots 30 years ago when Ailsa Wilkie created a spectacular experiment in agricultural diversity on the family […]