Photograph of people discussing the walled garden


Stables Learning Hub
Volunteering opportunities, School & group visits contact Judy


There are many different ways to learn.

The Historic and Botanic Garden Bursary Scheme (HBGBS) enables enthusiastic and committed horticulturalists to increase their horticultural and other technical skills through practically based training placements, in a range of historic and botanic gardens.

Work experience is provided in partnership with Community Payback and Project Scotland.

Forest Education is provided for schools and local children.

Art and environmental workshops for adults, schools and local children.


Dry Stone Walling Courses.

Regular garden related courses/workshops/events and guided tours.

Therapeutic work is provided where possible/suitable for people with varying forms of disability.

Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) has granted 20.54%, totalling £5990, towards approved activities for the coming year.