Luggiebank Wood

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Luggiebank Wood: A strip of semi-natural ancient woodland running along the banks of the Luggie Water to the south of Cumbernauld. The woodland has a rich array of wildflowers, particularly in the spring, and the river meanders through steep banks and shallow pools where kingfisher, dipper and grey wagtail can be seen.

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Leave the A8011 (Wilderness Brae) heading south-east on the B8039 (Jane's Brae) signposted Lenziemill. At the double roundabout, turn right at the first roundabout and then straight over the second, onto Lenziemill Road heading East (signposted A73). Park at the Park and Ride carpark for Greenfaulds station. Cross over the road and follow the footpath to the right of the settlement pond that leads down into the reserve.

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