Have you got a Clyde Valley vision?

Oak Orchard, Clyde Valley''Blossom on the fruit trees pictured with a rare breed of pony the Eriskay Pony called Linnet ( white) and an Anglo Arab called  Midnight Blue
Oak Orchard, Clyde Valley''Blossom on the fruit trees pictured with a rare breed of pony the Eriskay Pony called Linnet ( white) and an Anglo Arab called Midnight Blue
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Have your say

SHOULD our Clyde Valley remain a beauty spot or be allowed to become one vast luxury housing estate?

A public meeting in Crossford on February 17 could help answer that question and decide the fate of the stretch of the river between New Lanark and Garrion Bridge.

The Clyde Valley Orchard Group and the Rural Development Trust are involved in the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership which is drawing up a blueprint for the future of the area and wants to hear everyone’s opinions.

A public meeting is being held in Crossford Village Hall on Thursday, February 17, 6.30pm for 7pm. under the title Have you got a Clyde Valley Vision?

For more information on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Carluke and Lanark Gazette which is in the shops now.