**Unfortunately the lift at The Baird Institute is currently awaiting repair and remains out of order**
** The north mobile library continues to be off the road due to technical difficulties.
**Our mobile service will be off on Thursday & Friday 2nd & 3rd June for the Jubilee public holidays.
**The Hunter Fitness Suite will close at 7pm tomorrow, Wednesday 25th May due to staffing shortages. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Outdoor learning offers unique opportunities to extend the potential of our children and young people. We learn in context and through experience and place so we need to offer different and challenging experiences to stimulate learning and development.
Visits from schools within East Ayrshire are free of charge. There is a £2.50 charge per pupil for schools outwith East Ayrshire.
Are you aged 12 to 18?
Why not become part of our Junior Ranger Club and get involved in practical conservation work such as:
Hedge laying, pond digging, willow weaving and tree planting
Building animal homes such as bird and bat boxes
Learning about habitat management
Taking part in wildlife surveys for bees, raptors, pond life and much more
Every second Saturday, 2 - 4pm during term time
To make a booking or for more information about Outdoor Learning or our Junior Ranger Club, drop us an email: email@example.com or give us a call on 01563 554743.
The Countryside Rangers also coordinate a year long events and activity programme which can be found in the What's On section