Path of the Little People

Work on our BBC Children in Need funded ‘Path of the Little People‘ is now in full swing! Over the last couple of weeks, we have welcomed the first groups of young path volunteers. Pupils from Additional Support Units at Kear Campus, Chatelherault Primary and Cathkin Primary Schools, as well

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Award from Tesco

Tesco Bags of Help – Winners!

If you’re fairly local to Wiston Lodge, you may have seen that in February we were shortlisted for the supermarket store Tesco’s ‘Bags of Help’ programme, alongside other local charities across the south west of Scotland. Thanks to everyone who dropped their tokens in the Wiston Lodge box at the

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Become a Friend of Wiston Lodge

Since our charity started in 2007, we’ve been grateful to receive the help and support of many who have dedicated themselves to our cause.  Now more than ever, with austerity creating an even worse landscape for many of our guests, your help would be much appreciated. If you are able

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Volunteer

Over the years we have welcomed volunteers from around the world who help us achieve our mutual aims by maximising the use of their own skills.  We are a friendly and supportive staff team, some of whom live in the Lodge and in the cottages on the Estate. If you’d

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Path of the Little People

BBC Children in Need has funded the creation of an exciting new interpretive trail at Wiston Lodge, the “Path of the Little People,” as well as the purchase of associated play, educational and musical items for the trail. The trail, which emphasizes environmental, folkloric, historical and musical themes, will have

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University Students Transform Caravan

“Wiston Wanderer”, one of Several Projects Planned along Charity’s Future Interpretive Trail for Disadvantaged Youngsters. Two University of Strathclyde architecture students from Glasgow, Fiona MacGregor and Clare Paton, have completely converted a tired caravan at Wiston Lodge into a beautifully designed outdoor education classroom for local children in need. The

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