Helensburgh, Dumbarton & Glasgow Weekend - WWLM13
This weekend is for young people in P5 – S6 who are from Helensburgh, Dumbarton and Glasgow. It is led by Helen Buchanan and Kenny McKie, along with Craig Morris (Glasgow Regional Worker) and volunteers from the Wheel Trust. There will also be a team of fully-accredited volunteers from the local area, many of whom run SU Groups and are involved in church groups locally.
There are lots of exciting activities during the weekend including archery, nukemball, air hockey, wide games and trail biking.
We will take time to explore the Bible together through games, discussion and worship.
The weekend takes place at Lendrick Muir, SU Scotland’s residential centre in Rumbling Bridge, near Kinross.
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What can you do here?
- Foot Golf
- Low Ropes Course
- Sports and Games
- Trail Biking
Lendrick Muir is big, comfy, and easy to get to from all over the country. You can enjoy fast, furious outdoor stuff or chill with friends. Not to mention the acres and acres of outdoor space!
With 120 acres of grounds around the house, there is no shortage of space to enjoy the fantastic outdoor activities.
Lendrick Muir is an old country house that has been converted and extended to provide great accommodation for SU Holidays. You’ll sleep in dorms that range in size from 3 to 8 beds, depending on which area of the house you are in. The centre is organised into different units, so several events can be happening here at any one time. Larger holidays will use the whole centre, which can sleep up to 150 people - that's around 110 campers and 40 team. These large events are organised into smaller units, often with different age groups in each unit. There’s an enormous games hall for indoor sport (and inflatables!) as well as recreation areas with table tennis and pool tables, and plenty of space to relax and spend time with friends.
Lendrick Muir is near Kinross, with a beautiful setting in the Ochil hills. It’s right in the heart of Scotland, so it’s easy to get there. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both under an hour’s drive. The Borders, Dumfries and Aberdeen are all within 2 hours.