IT has been a busy week in Clydesdale and the Gazette is packed full of exciting stories.
The campaign to save Carluke’s 18th century High Mill has kicked into life with offers of help and donations pouring in while the fate of the £500m plan to create a new town the size of Lanark in the Douglas Valley hangs on the result of a major three-day public hearing starting on Tuesday.
We also have updates on the robbery which took place in Lesmahagow’s RBS branch and the theft of prescription drugs from a Forth pharmacy.
We speak to a council tenant has been left shivering in his home for a fortnight, since a burst pipe sent water through his ceiling and into his living room and local MSP Aileen Campbell reveals that no doctors’ practices willing to work at nights or weekends to give Clydesdale a regular out-of-hours GP service.
And plus news of a fundraising ‘memory walk’ being held in Lanark on Saturday in aid of the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.