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Mini Free For All: Cadder Warf

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Photo: Eoin Carey

  • Calendar 21 Jun 2022 - 21 Jun 2022


As the Floating Garden tours the Scottish Canal network, it will stop at several locations, visiting local communities along its journey. At each stop a flower singer will come alive, singing harvest songs while you have a chance to pick up some free, easy growing plants - to kickstart your growing journey. Come along to experience the fun and join in on a summer of growing!

Set in a beautiful, wooded location between Lambhill and Kirkintilloch, Cadder is a hamlet in the district of the town of Bishopbriggs, just north of Glasgow City Centre. Historically, Cadder was the site of a Roman Fort on the route of the Antonnine Wall.

Cadder Bridge
G64 3QA
(near Cadder Wharf, NCR754)

Venue and Access Information


The closest railway station is Bishopbriggs. Journey time from Queen Street Station is 7 mins and trains run every 11 mins. The station is 1.6 miles from Cadder Wharf and takes approximately 30 minutes. The route is mostly flat

By bus:
From Buchanan Bus Station (City Centre):
No 88 to Westerhill Road (approximately 9min (0.5miles) walk) which is mostly flat.


There are no public toilets.


There is free car parking at Cadder Wharf.


The towpath is level and follows National Bike Route 735.

Access to Cadder Wharf is level and the space has loose chippings surface.

Assistance and well-behaved dogs are welcome and fresh drinking water will be provided

Cadder Bridge, Bishopbriggs

Cadder Bridge
G64 3QA
(near Cadder Wharf, NCR754)
  • Opening Times
  • Tuesday 5-7pm