Clarkston and East Kilbride

The group covers postcodes G46 and G72-77 and includes Cathkin Marsh Wildlife Reserve.

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What we do

We aim to update you on what is going on in your area and inform you on wildlife topics through our walks and talks programme. Any suggestions for walks, talks or other events are very welcome. If you’d like to discuss getting more involved you can contact us using the email address.

How to get involved

  • Practical conservation work on our Cathkin Marsh reserve
  • Helping with running stalls, fundraising, arranging walks and talks
  • Join our committee
  • Sharing your specialised knowledge
  • Use our facebook page to share wildlife sightings, ask questions or raise local conservation issues

Group information


Kevin Sinclair (Chair)

Please use the "website" link below to find our Facebook page.

Email Clarkston and East Kilbride
Clarkston and East Kilbride website


Where and when?

Where we meet

Regular meetings are held in:

Duff Memorial Hall, Main Street, Busby, G76 8DX, and occasionally at Clarkston Hall.


Please contact us if you are unsure of how to get to our meeting locations.

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Clarkston and East Kilbride news

2022 events

2022 talks programme:

Monday 17 January 7.30pm on zoom: “Scotland’s Amphibians: threats and opportunities” with Roger Downie.

Monday 21 February 7.30pm on zoom: “A year through the lens at Cathkin Marsh” with Neil Webb (this talk will also be put on the SWT website shortly).

Monday 21 March 7.30pm: “The South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project” with Philip Munro. Duff Memorial Hall, Main St, Busby. Booking is essential – please book via the Events section of SWT website.

Cathkin Marsh information

Part of the boardwalk had to be removed for safety reasons.


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