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The Weather in East Renfrewshire
Above is a climate diagram for East Renfrewshire. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Suburban East Renfrewshire holiday lettings for a Scottish break
East Renfrewshire lies to the south west of Glasgow. The region is a combination of suburban areas with many bungalows and modern new-build properties, along with small villages offering holiday lettings in traditional stone cottages and more substantial detached properties.
Behind the scenes at Glasgow's museum storage centre
Tucked away down an anonymous road in an industrial estate, the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre is one of the most interesting days out in the area. Check online before visiting as opening hours are limited, and advance booking may be required. The Centre stores exhibits and artefacts from the city's massive collection and visitors can see behind the scenes. A true Indiana Jones-style experience for adults and children of all ages.
Fresh air fun for the whole family
East Renfrewshire is part suburbia and part open countryside, so there are plenty of opportunities to get the kids out into the fresh air to explore. Just across the border into Glasgow is the huge Pollok Park with miles of walking trails, deer, Highland cattle and play areas for the kids. Older children will love Rouken Glen park with its skateboarding zone, outdoor gym and basketball court and there is a cafe and formal gardens for the adults.
Some of Scotland's most unusual days out
A windfarm might not be top of your list of places to go in Scotland but Whitelee Wind Farm is a sight not to be missed. With over 200 turbines Whitelee is the UK's largest onshore wind farm and has been developed with visitors in mind. There is a visitor centre where you can explore the world of green energy, before heading out on the farm's 130km of walking and cycling trails. Also well worth a visit is the Scottish Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride, which combines a 1950s style working farm and a museum.
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