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Happy Hallowe'en! Carluke reader Laura Henderson (29) enjoys carving pumpkins so she does a handful every year! She has already done ten, with four still to go. Ideas on a postcard!! Submit your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

Carluke and Lanark Gazette Readers’ Letters, Nov 5, 2014

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I’m obviously a second generation bampot

SHORTLY afore she departed tae the big WRI Meeting in the Sky last year, mah maw telt me something aboot her dark past which was a wee bit o’ an eye-opener.

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One swan at Lanark Loch puts the rest in the shade in this atmospheric shot by Peter Hamilton of Carluke. Swan Lake? You better believe it! Thanks Peter! Do you have a picture to share with readers? Submit pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

Carluke and Lanark Gazette readers’ letters 23/04/14

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Reader Lee-Anne Brotherstone kindly submitted this stunning shot of a sunset in Biggar High Street. Who says you need to go abroad to see a beautiful sky? We have them right here! Thanks Lee-Anne! Submit pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

Carluke and Lanark Gazette readers’ letters 16-04-14

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Reader and amateur photographer, Kevin Johnson, aptly titled this picture of swans on Lanark Loch 'Charge of the White Brigade'. Sorry we had to crop it Kevin ' it's the shape we have to work with! Submit pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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Reader Stuart McIlvaney, who lives in New Lanark, took this stunning shot from his window in New Buildings in the village, overlooking the New Lanark Mill Hotel. What a way to wake up Stuart! Submit your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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Reader Alan Henderson captured the early signs of spring, finding these snowdrops at Castlebank Park in Lanark. Submit your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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This scenic shot of Kirkton Church in Carluke was taken by Carluke reader Ronnie Bramman, of Columbine Way. Ronnie is a keen amateur photographer and a member of Carluke Camera Club. Submit your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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LANARK reader Jack Alston took this atmospheric photo of Lanark Racecourse Tote Tower at night. Jack, of Gavel Lane, Lanark, caught the scene on a cold, frosty January night. Submit your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email them to jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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LANARK reader Caroline Wilson took this picture of New Lanark on what she described as a 'rare, dry day'! It was taken on Hogmanay on a chilly but lovely afternoon. Thanks Caroline! Send your picture to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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Wet Wet Wet would be an ideal title for this picture, kindly submitted by Biggar reader Chris Miller, of a milk lorry stuck in flood water at Boat Bridge in Thankerton. If you have a picture you would like to share, submit it to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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This picture of cows in the field next to Birkwood Castle, Lesmahagow, was taken by talented ' and intrepid '  young photographer Sophie Watt, who is aged just 15. She has a promising future! Send your pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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GAZETTE correspondent Jean Thomson's hubby Jimmy took this shot while walking round Lanark Loch at the end of the summer. It seemed an apt way to wave goodbye to sunnier days. Thanks Jimmy! Submit pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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READER Jean Boustead took this picture of the hay gathering through the side window of a moving car as her husband drove them back from Queensferry. Quick snapping Jean! If you would like to share a picture, send it to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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READER Jean Boustead took this picture at Lanark Loch on a Sunday afternoon at the end of September. She also visited us during the Expo on Sunday, October 6 at Lanark Market ' it was nice to see you, Jean! Submit pictures to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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READER Clark Thomson, from Douglas, who was a finalist in our recent photo competition, sent in this stunning shot of Nutberry Windfarm. Thanks Clark. If you would like to share an image with our readers send it to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

Gazette Readers’ Letters, October 9, 2013

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Room for more...Jeff Camp went mushroom picking in Auchengray and Carnwath and collected 18lbs of Chanterelle mushrooms. The child-sized wheelbarrow was from Overton car boot sale. If you have a picture you'd like to share send it to Editor Julie Currie, 3 High Street, Carluke, ML8 4AL, or email jcurrie@jpress.co.uk

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