New to Scotland - Spice Scotland can help.
Here at Spice Scotland we offer a safe, friendly environment for people to get out and about meeting other members and settling into life in the city.
Visit our events page for a full list of what to do in Scotland.
To make sure we have events that appeal to all tastes and preferences, our list of what to do in Scotland features a range of different activities so that everyone can find something fulfilling and enjoyable to do.
Scotland is a great place to live and if you are new to the area Spice is a great way to meet new people and settle into life here. With its multitude of bars, restaurants, entertainment venues and shopping centres – figuring out what to do in Scotland can sometimes feel overwhelming. That’s why we like to do all the hard work for you and arrange enjoyable and sociable events in Scotland with the opportunity to make new friends and meet new people. Our events page has all the details of what to do in with Spice Scotland, but for now here’s a quick introduction to what we do:
Making friends with Spice Scotland
We know that making friends isn’t always a simple process. That’s why we offer a wide range of activities and social events for our members to pick and choose from. This attracts a wide range of different people, All with their own interests – so making friends with similar interests to you becomes a whole lot easier!
We currently have over 600 members in the central belt of Scotland – so that’s 600 people who are making friends with us right now!
Our aim is to show you how to make friends in the central belt of Scotland while doing something you are either already interested in, or would like to learn anyway. This makes for a great ice-breaker as you already have common ground with our other members on the same activity. Making friends is a lot easier when there is already a shared interest – so take a look at all of the events and activities we host and start to make new friends in Glasgow today!
Tue 22 Jun 2021 18:30
An evening walk courtesy of Roger Brooks. Join Roger for a leisurely stroll exploring Bilston Glen Viaduct. The walk is around 3.25 miles in length and whilst there is a short steep section is suitable for all.
Bilston Glen Viaduct, Loanhead
Sat 26 Jun 2021 10:30
A walk with Jen, a great little hill with commanding views of the Clyde Valley and a massive summit cairn. A very popular landmark, the route is easy to follow and reasonably gentle.is 4.25 miles in length and 486m high.
Tinto Hill, Biggar
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