IT’S been another busy week in Clydesdale with the Gazette reporters on hand to capture all the latest news, sport and features.
In Carluke, the saga over the town’s Business Improvement District rumbles on but there is good news as a long awaited Credit Union is set to get off the ground.
In Lanark, a new three-week arts, music and drama festival in the run-up to Lanimers is one of the first steps to be taken as part of a major recovery plan for the town plus we spoke to 10-year-old Avril Walkinshaw as she is set to take part in this year’s Crufts with her pooch Maddie.
There is anger in the Clyde Valley as a part of the Clyde Walkway is torched by vandals while over in Lesmahagow, Development Trust members are celebrating the success of a new wind turbine project which could have a significant financial windfall for the village.
Volunteers at Healthy Valleys are celebrating following a bumper grant from the Big Lottery Fund and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house at the Hope Cafe at the official opening of a new room dedicated to one woman whose life ended far too soon.
Plus all your entertainment news, a round-up from Lanark Sheriff Court and all the latest from your part of Clydesdale.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.