There’s lots on at Mugdock Country Park

ALLANDER Record Fairs will be back at Mugdock Country Park this weekend on Saturday (June 23) and the following day from 10am to 5pm. Go along to browse, buy, sell or exchange from a wide range of records, tapes, cds and dvds from every musical genre. This event is free and is held in the visitor centre.

On Saturday (June 23) you could learn more about bumblebees between 2.30pm to 4pm - enjoy a picture show followed by a walk to spot bees amongst the flowers at this free event, there will be a longer indoor talk if weather is wet. Suitable for over 14 year olds. Donations to Bumblebee Conservation Trust. Booking is essential call 0141 956 6586.

There will be live music in the bandstand at the park on Sunday (June 24) from 2.45pm to 4.30pm.

The Salvation Army Band are back by popular demand to delight everyone with their very skilled performance. This free event is in the walled garden.

Children are invited to go along to the junior nature club on Sunday between 1.45pm and 4pm. No parents required. Kids aged eight to 12 will be shown how to remove invasive birch from Drumclog Moor and build a shelter with what they cut. Cost £1. Bookings are being taken from Friday, June 8, call 0141 956 6586.

The classic film ‘By the Light of the Silvery Moon’ (cert U) is on at the park on Monday (June 25) at 7.45pm

This tells the story of the trials and tribulations of the Winfield family in small town Indiana after WW1. Runtime 100 minutes. Join the cinema club for free on the evening. Booking is essential call 0141 956 6100. This event is free.

On Tuesday (June 26) you could learn how to identify trees on an evening stroll from 7pm to 8.30pm. This is a free event for beginners. Meet at the visitor centre.