Wildlife safaris

30th April 2010 at 01:00

Over the next two weeks, pupils in Glasgow will be offered Wildlife Safaris and Heritage Hunts on the Forth and Clyde canal. Some 350-400 pupils are expected to take part, following the success of last year's trips. Organised by British Waterways Scotland and The Waterways Trust Scotland, the trips are designed to engage children in the recreational and educational assets of the waterways.


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