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


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

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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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Join us for our 2023 AGM – learn more about what has been achieved over the past year and plans for the year ahead.

More details to follow.

2023 events

20 February 7.30pm Crime, Cars and Conflict: a Badger’s Life in Scotland” with Joe Connelly from Scottish Badg

20 March 7.30pm “Butterflies in Lanarkshire and Glasgow” with Tam Stewart from Butterfly Conservation.

Monday 17 April at 7.30pm A brief AGM followed by two short talks from local members. All welcome and no need to book. Venue: Duff Memorial Hall, Main Street, Busby. The ‘bulletin’ link below has the AGM documents.
(contact: Liz on 0749 5515720)


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