STAG JK Training 2012 - Wednesdays 18th & 25th January 2012

The second of our 11 pre-Easter training opportunities in preparation for JK 2012. Please email Terry by 8pm on Tuesday 17th January if you intend to attend.

Radiating out from STAG HQ to visit the greenery within the East End sampling the delightful banter of the residents in Carntyne, Riddrie, Ruchazie, Craigend, Shettleston and Cranhill to name just a few of the various communities making up the East End.


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Physical Training

Start times:

Ready to rock by 6.45pm.

Entry Fees:

Your company and fortitude


Posted on 18th Jan 12 by Terry O'Brien

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Information about the location

Area: City of Glasgow
Near: Glasgow G33  GoogleMap

Map of Glasgow - Hogganfield Loch MapTerrain description

STAG’s only use of this area has been for Night Events but as the area has a magnetic appeal to Glaswegians, we are confident that the permanent course around the Loch will enhance the attractions of the Park.
Permanent course relaunched 2017.

Walking time 30 minutes.

Park History:

Acquired 1920 by Glasgow City Council.
123 acres in area.
Local Nature Reserve where Mallards, mute swans, little and great crested grebes all breed here.
Birdwatcher’s paradise during the winter including goosander, goldeneye and teal.
Pitch and putt course, open after Easter.
Play area.
Adjacent to Lethamhill Golf Course.

Location details:

Riddrie - Glasgow G33
Bounded by Gartloch Rd. (B765), Avenue End Rd. & Cumbernauld Rd. (A80).

Past STAG Events

STAG Night January 2009.
STAG Night November 2004.
STAG Night 2003.
STAG Night 2002.
STAG Night 1999.
STAG Night October 1998.

Details of other mapped locations



You can view the events uploaded to RouteGadget here.