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Adventures in store at Inverewe Garden as National Trust for Scotland hooks up with Lidl


By Hector MacKenzie

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Eilidh and Stuart, Isla (11) and Gracie (4) Caddell of Gairloch try out the brochure.
Eilidh and Stuart, Isla (11) and Gracie (4) Caddell of Gairloch try out the brochure.

SPOTTING wildlife including, Scotland’s big five, plus dragonflies, bees and herons and getting tips on growing fruit and veg are just some of the activities families can enjoy together at a Wester Ross attraction.

The activities are all included in the first ever edition of the Lidl Book of Big Adventures series – a seasonal booklet that’s full of ideas for spending fun family time together.

Created by conservation charity the National Trust for Scotland, the guide is full of fun family activities. Kids can collect stickers at Inverewe Garden near Poolewe as they tick off their big adventures.

The National Trust for Scotland is the charity that celebrates and protects Scotland’s heritage. It relies on the support of its members and donors to carry out its important work of caring for the natural and built heritage of Scotland for everyone to enjoy.

Kevin Frediani, operations manager at Inverewe said: “Inverewe is a brilliant place for family fun and we are so pleased to feature the first ever Lidl Book of Big Adventures. Come along and pick up your free copy and start exploring Scotland and what it makes it so special this summer.”

For information visit, www.nts.org.uk/lidl.



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