It seems that Milngavie is one of our walking group’s favourite destinations as they made another return visit there last week. One of the regular walkers lives there so he has good local knowledge of the best places to go for a dander.
First stop was Tannoch Loch, a small body of water with a broad range of waterfowl that came to the water’s edge to greet the group and be photographed.
One of the great attractions to Milngavie is the Lillie Gallery. The group have been to several exhibitions there and it has yet to disappoint. An exhibition of portraits of Scottish writers by photographer Angela Catlin filled the walls of the main gallery and in the two smaller galleries there were some paintings from the Lillie collection and a group show of work by artists from Dunoon. This last show was the main attraction for the group as one of our Project Ability tutors, Sandi Kiehlmann, was showing some of her latest textile pieces.
You can find out more about Lillie Gallery by clicking here.