IT’S been a busy week for the Gazette reporters who have been out and about getting the best stories from across Clydesdale.
In Carluke, we speak to fundraiser Claire Leghorn who is raising funds for her brother who has an extremely rare condition plus St Athanasius Primary’s partnership with Carluke Rotary Club is unveiled.
In Lanark, those transforming Castlebank Park in Lanark were shocked by the latest theft, in broad daylight and we chat to a mum who is hoping to raise thousands of pounds to build a sensory room for her disabled daughter.
Clydesdale had two big winners at the Scottish Grocer Awards and we speak to them both, there is an interview with a Lesmahagow teenager who will be travelling to Malawi to teach for 12 months and South Lanarkshire Council’s leader rejects claims by the council’s SNP Group that leaving CoSLA will spell disaster for the local authority.
Plus we also have 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.