Operation Starfish WWII decoy bunker on Bute, overlooking the Kyles of Bute and the Burnt Islands.
Starfish set up a network of sites to attract enemy bombers away from cities and industrial areas by using patterns of lights and controlled fires to simulate night-time bombing raids. There were more than 200 Starfish sites by the end of the war.
Lovely mile-long walk through ancient woodland with stunning bay views
Community forest with lots of woodland activities for visitors
Yoga class meeting at Mill Cottage Hall on Monday evenings
Bute's own walking group, part of the Ramblers' Association
Walks and feeds with alpacas and Pygmy goats on Bute!
Municipal leisure centre with 25m swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room
Unmanned lighthouse on the edge of stunning isolated Glancallum Bay
Ancient woodlands on a steep hill climb overlooking Rothesay Bay
Group and 1-to-1 therapeutic yoga classes
Personal trainer, fitness instructor and gym
A 2 mile coast-to-coast walk following the old tramway
Professional PT & Remedial Massage Therapy Services based on Bute
A long-distance waymarked path traversing most of Bute
Yoga for Wellbeing-Private/ Group and Workshops.
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