IT’S been another busy week in Clydesdale and the Gazette has been there every step of the way bringing you the very latest news from our area.
We speak to Lanark man Peter Wallace who acted like his historic namesake and became a true ‘Braveheart’ when caught up in the Vanuata cyclone disaster.
In Carluke, the fight to save the town’s historic High Mill will head to Holyrood this week as members of the Mill Steering Group meet the country’s Culture Minister.
Parents from across Clydesdale have expressed concerns about new proposals concerning bus travel to Clydesdale secondary schools and an investigation is underway into major pollution of the River Mouse and the Clyde between Kirkfieldbank and Crossford.
Plus there is exciting plans for Birkwood House in Lesmahagow, there is joy in Leadhills and Crawfordjohn as a windfarm application is rejected by South Lanarkshire Council and we’ve got plenty of pictures from Carluke Primary’s healthy eating event, Tinto Primary’s school show and Lanark Grammar’s Expressive Arts evening.
It’s all in this week’s Gazette, priced at 80p.