Our aim

The Friends of Lenzie Moss is a voluntary association dedicated to conserving the Moss for the benefit of present and future generations by all possible means: through education, liaison with official bodies, and appropriate environmental management.

Details of recent activities and work on Lenzie Moss can be found in our NEWS page.

Details of future events on Lenzie Moss can be found in our THINGS TO DO page.

Find out what we do and what we have been working on to help preserve Lenzie Moss. Download an overview here

Join and help make a difference

Why don't you join us and help preserve your local nature reserve for a very small cost. All funds are directed back to conservation work and publicity for Lenzie Moss. By joining Friends of Lenzie Moss you will also receive two newsletters every year, containing a variety of articles relating to Lenzie Moss and forthcoming events. By joining you can ensure that supporters views on important issues such as planning developments and path changes are taken into consideration.

Download the Friends of Lenzie Moss Subscription Form here

We would welcome new committee members. The committee meets three times a year in addition to the AGM. Our main activities are to co-ordinate each year's activities on the Moss - and lead some of them too; liaise with the Mugdock Rangers and EDC's Neighbourhood Services officer about conservation work; and apply for grant funding when it's needed. We have also been concerned with the housing development proposals that could have affected the Moss adversely. If you would like to get involved with any of these activities, or just like to join us as a supporting committee member, we would love to hear from you. Contact details can be found on the CONTACT US page.

Map of Lenzie Moss

There are several entrances to the Moss. If you are new to the area we recommend you enter from Lenzie station car park. There is a 2km circular path which is mainly flat with a section on boardwalk across the bog. You will find signposts at several points linking to other walks.