Friends of Fullarton is a a small charity concerned with the care and conservation of Fullarton Woods, for the benefit of nature and people.  We have been in operation since 2015, raising funds for improvements for facilities and tree & wildflower planting. 



Our next session will be held on Sunday 25th February.  We are excited to be finally laying the wildlife hedge using traditional hedgelaying techniques.  This should help it thicken out and provide food & shelter for birds & small mammals.  We have a few other jobs to do, so will be staying around until 1pm, but feel free to join us until 12md as usual, or just pop in whenever you are available.

See the Get Involved page for more information.



Our friends at South Ayrshire Ranger Service will be commencing a new programme of volunteer

sessions for young people aged 13-18.  These will run once a month in tandem with the

Friends of Fullarton volunteer days.  This is a great way for young people to learn basic

bushcraft and wildlife identification and is a great introduction for those thinking about a

future career in countryside management - or simply keeping fit in the fresh air!

More information here




The Green Flag awarded to Fullarton Woods is now flying proudly.  A Green Flag is awarded to a visitor site that meets standards of criteria such as being welcoming, safe, well-maintained and clean.  Also considered are biodiversity, heritage and landscape.

See the Fullarton Woods Green Flag page here



Friends of Fullarton:  Registered Charity SCO46018