THIS week’s Gazette is crammed full with exciting stories and plenty of pictures from events across Clydesdale.
A Lanark dentist has been found guilty of prescribing non-dental drugs to a number of patients and misleading a pharmicist while in Carluke there are fears that people who want to be buried in the town will be forced to find their final resting place outwith the town – due to a lack of room.
We speak to St Athanasius Primary Holly Sinclair who raised over £1200 for Classrooms for Malawi thanks to a charity raffle and auction and there’s a preview of this weekend’s Lanark Christmas Market.
In Biggar, an application to turn a picturesque barn into a permanent function venue has been given the green light by South Lanarkshire Council we have all the reaction as the developer behind the controversial plan for a micro-brewery, pub and restaurant at Moat Park withdraws its plans.
We also have plenty of pictures from events including Carluke’s Wear It Pink Day, Lanark Round Table’s Boxing Night, Carluke Amateur Operatic Society’s South Pacific show and, of course, the solemn Remembrance Sunday services which paid respect to our fallen war heroes.
Also included is all your entertainment news, a full round-up from Lanark Sheriff Court and all the news from your part of Clydesdale.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.