THERE’S plenty packed into this week’s edition of the Gazette.
We reveal that the Scottish Government has stepped in to investigate why Clydesdale has been left without an out of hours doctor service since last summer.
In Lanark it’s confirmed that there WILL be a ban on the traditional street drinking on Lanimer Day from this year’s June 11 celebrations onwards plus we spoke to the owners of a nearly 200-year-old local business which will shortly close its doors.
In Carluke, members of the town’s Business Improvement District (BID) have been busy over the winter months working on a string of new ideas for the town centre while over in Biggar organisations and members of the public are being invited to a meeting this Friday to look at the possibility of running the town’s public toilets.
We also have a number of picture specials from a variety of Burns events in Clydesdale including those at Underbank and Rigside Primary Schools plus all your entertainment news.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.