SIX Clydesdale groups have secured a total of over £10,000 in funding from the 2014 Games National Lottery Awards Communities programme.
The biggest beneficiary is Lanark Primary School, which gets £2000 to install an assault course in a wooded area of their new school’s grounds.
Rigside Primary School is getting £1982 to provide a number of after school activities in various sports including swimming, football, basketball, badminton, rugby, athletics and golf.
The £1960 going to Carstairs Junction Primary School will be used to encourage physical activity among pupils.
Blackwood and Kirkton Primary Schools also received cash did Carluke Development Trust.
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