Erskine

Erskine began life as a small village settlement and has since expanded into a bustling new town.

The Erskine Bridge is your gateway to Loch Lomond and the Scottish Highlands. The bridge stands more than 150 feet from the River Clyde. It connects Renfrewshire with West Dunbartonshire.

The nearby Erskine veterans’ charity houses a popular garden centre and restaurant. Other nearby attractions include the luxury Mar Hall Golf and Spa Resort, Boden Boo and Erskine Beach and popular family favourite, Lamont City Farm.

Erskine is also home to the Newshot Island Nature Reserve. This is a salt marsh that juts out into the River Clyde. It acts as a feeding and resting point for migratory birds.

Living in Erskine

Erskine is a popular place to live. It has excellent links to the motorway system, making it very popular with commuters.

Local people enjoy the Pandamonium soft play centre and golfing at Mar Hall and at Erskine Golf Club.

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