Plenty to see and do at Bowling Harbour this Saturday 23rd September 10am - 6pm
Something for everybody!
Film Club 10am - 12pm showing Ponyo
Paper boats and Bug Hunting 10am - 6pm
Photography for Fun workshops – 11am, 1pm, 3pm
BHIVE Watersports and Games 10am - 6pm
Canoe and SUP hire
Flagmaking 10am - 11am
Woodcarving and Pyrography 11.30am - 1.30pm
Kids Crafts 1.45pm - 2.45pm
Rag and Bone Textile Repair Cafe 3pm - 5pm
HARBOUR STALLS/ACTIVITY 10am - 6pm
Plus Dug Cafe, Patons Parcels and Magic Cycles
Keep up to date with the Facebook Event Page here
Celebrate the Castle to Crane Boat Race and enjoy a fun-filled festival at beautiful Bowling Harbour on Saturday 23rd September 10am - 6pm.
And dont forget we have flagmaking at 10am and Repair Cafe from Rag and Bone Project 3pm - 5pm
More information on the Scottish Canals website
There is a whole host of activities going on at Bowling Harbour this Septmber Weekend. Whilst we wait for the full event publicity to hit our inbox have a look at what we will be running out of Arch 7/39 for the day.
All activities are free
See you there!
For full details of the Castle to Crane Boatrace shimmy on over to here.
The Bowling Harbour Project and Urban Docks received funding in 2016 to get started from Firstport and West Dunbartonshire Council's Challenge Fund. Without this support we would have found it harder to get to where we are now.
West Dunbartonshire Social Enterprise Challenge is a collaboration between West Dunbartonshire Council and Scotland’s social enterprise development agency Firstport. One off awards of up to £15,000 are available, along with a full package of support and resources to enable ambitious individuals or groups to bring forward enterprising projects that can offer a long term solution to a social issue.
Applications are open! To find out more contact Brian McMillan (email@example.com)
Applications close on 25 August
Find out more about the award at http://www.firstport.org.uk/programmes/west-dunbartonshire-challenge and follow the link to read more about some of last year's awardees.
Scottish Canals and landscape architects Rankin Fraser have submitted plans for a new cycle route joining up the existing National Cycle Path via the old swing bridge at Bowling Basin. We think this is a great opportunity to make use of a great piece of engineering heritage and will provide a space for people to take in the Bowling Harbour and Basin area. We would love to see an edible garden up there! Imagine going for a stroll or cycle and being able to stop by for fresh fruit, herbs and salad. More information on this article from the Clydebank Post.