The Hidden Gardens is a family friendly space which we welcome children and adults of all ages to explore.
In 2015 we were delighted to launch a new offer for local families, ‘Wee Happenings’. ‘Wee Happenings’ are for families with children 0-4 years and focus on providing free, educational and creative activities in the safe and nurturing space that is The Hidden Gardens.
Wee Happenings are large scale infrequent events that aim to bring families together in our beautiful and inspiring space. We work with some of the country’s best artists and facilitators to provide creative activities that inspire, engage and educate.
WEE HAPPENINGS 2017
Saturday 8 April; 1-3pm: Springing About: a scavenger hunt with music, healthy treats, games and a few surprises. Ages 0-4
Sunday 14 May; 12-4pm A dance-themed family fun day. Part of Tramway’s Dance International Glasgow’s Family Day. All ages.
Sunday 18 June; 1-3pm Details coming soon
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Now that our Parent & Toddler group has come to an end after an amazing 7 years of running this free drop in activity, we’re keen to welcome hard to reach families living in G41 and G42 areas, who might be experiencing challenges in life. With this in mind we successfully fundraised to deliver a new programme for hard to reach local families, Wee Projects. Wee Projects is an artist led 8 week programme for parents and their children. Each project will centre on a different theme and get parents to actively learn how to get creative with their wee ones. If you, or someone you know might benefit from this new project please download an application form here
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Other activities for families
Keep an eye on our Events calendar for details of family workshops and events.
NOTE TO PARENTS
To ensure that the Hidden Gardens is a safe and tranquil space that can be enjoyed by all our visitors (big and small) we kindly ask parents to supervise their children at all times. Our code of conduct can be found here.
For more information or to refer a client who might need some additional support please contact: Natalie Davidson, Community Programme Manager firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 0141 433 2722