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Public Events

Aigas offers a small number of events to non-residents each year. Please contact us for enquiries and booking.

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Visit to Attadale Gardens with Scotland's Gardens

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  • 13 July 2017 - Places Available

Take the train through the Kyle line’s hills and moors to the wonderful Attadale Gardens at Strathcarron, with its sunken fernery, exotic specimens in a geodesic dome, grottoes, ‘peace’ garden, conservatory, Japanese garden, sculptures and a giant sundial. 

Price: £45.00 to include return train journey from Beauly, packed lunch, entrance and tea at Attadale.

 

For further details and to book a place please contact sheila@aigas.co.uk or

Phone 01463 782443

 

Visit to Dundonnell House Garden and 2 Durnamuck with Scotland's Gardens

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  • 27 July 2017 - Places Available

Take a bus journey to Dundonnell House garden, with it’s colourful borders centred around one of the oldest yew trees in Scotland. Watersculpture, roses, Edwardian glasshouse, riverside walk & arboretum.

 

Follow this with a visit to Dundonnell’s Head Gardener’s (Will Soos) own prairie garden at 2 Durnamuck, on the edge of Little Loch Broom, with its collection of unusual worldwide plants.

 

Price: £35.00 to include return bus from Aigas (various collection points along the way), packed lunch, entrance fees and afternoon tea at Durnamuck.

For further details and to book a place please contact sheila@aigas.co.uk or

Phone 01463 782443 

House of Aigas Garden Open Days

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  • 25 June 2017 - Places Available
  • 23 July 2017 - Places Available

House of Aigas

With Scotland's Gardens in aid of the Highland Hospice.

The Aigas garden is a 25 year labour of love by Lucy Lister-Kaye set within a fine arboretum of exotic trees planted by the Victorians over 100 years ago. Open days start at 2pm and as well as offering a chance to enjoy the gardens, they also offer Aigas Ranger led nature trails, home made tea and cakes in the House of Aigas, live music and plant stalls.

Entry costs £4.00. Teas £4.00 per head. Free entry and tea for children.

No dogs please.

 Contact us with any enquiries.

Garden Open Days run from 2pm - 5pm. Advance booking is not required.

Events with John Lister-Kaye

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John Lister-Kaye, author of 'Gods of the Morning'

 

 

Date

Event 

Location

  Thursday 25th May 2017 7.00pm to 8.30pm 

Booking Essential - Please contact Dr Keri Langridge 

Keri.Langridge@snh.gov.uk or call 07920 181949

Illustrated talk on Scottish wildcat breeding and conservation

 

Strathpeffer Community Centre School Road, Strathpeffer, IV14 9AG

If you'd like to check details of these events, please ring the Field Centre office on 01463 782443 and ask for Sheila.

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