Pick up a copy of your Carluke and Lanark Gazette, in the shops tomorrow.
In this week’s paper read about the Carluke trying to raise £100,000 to give their son a better future, and ideas for the future of land originally bequeathed for Lanark’s children.
There is news from two charities, one helping those who have found themselves homeless, and one brand new one set up to help those thinking of suicide or left bereaved by suicide.
Read about the success of Coalburn IOR Pipe Band, British and European champions now,
And a Kaimend man is raising thousands for cancer charities after scanning a record number of cattle for pregnancy.
And there are many other stories and picture features, as well as all your local news and letters – and all for only 55p