New Maggie’s Centre backed by Monty in Lanarkshire

Colin Montgomerie buries golfing memorabilia in a time capsule at the site of the new ELIZABETH MONTGOMERIE BUILDING the latest 'Maggies' Building being buildt at Monklands General Hospital Lanarkshire. Attending with Colin at the groundbreaking ceremony was former Scottish minister and MSP Lord MCConnell.
Colin Montgomerie buries golfing memorabilia in a time capsule at the site of the new ELIZABETH MONTGOMERIE BUILDING the latest 'Maggies' Building being buildt at Monklands General Hospital Lanarkshire. Attending with Colin at the groundbreaking ceremony was former Scottish minister and MSP Lord MCConnell.
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A NEW Maggie’s Centre will be built in Lanarkshire thanks to £3.5 million being raised by the Elizabeth Montgomerie Foundation to fund this and another centre in Aberdeen.

The Lanarkshire Centre, to be built on the grounds of Monklands General Hospital in Airdrie, will provide a programme of practical and emotional care to people with cancer and their families. It will be named after Scots golf ace Colin Montgomerie’s late mother, Elizabeth.

Colin said: “I am so proud that my Foundation has generated the funds required to commence building of the much required centres.”

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