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Falls of Clyde and New Lanark, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Thank you everyone for all the good wishes regarding my move to the UK ! I’ve settled down, and everything is great (so far :p)! Just after the move, we went to Scotland for a little road trip, but I’m back now, the head full of good memories and it’s going to be a pleasure to share them with you during the next following weeks :-) 390 more words


Sport | VSCC Scottish Trial

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Calderglen by LesHoggan

A long exposure panorama shot of the Calder Water in East Kilbride taken on 9 May 2015

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Abseiling off the Forth Rail Bridge For Women's Aid

Glasgow Women’s Aid provide information, support and temporary refuge accommodation for women, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse. They listen to and believe the women who seek their help, and they will use their resources and information to provide support for women suffering abuse or find the information required to do so. 185 more words


Chasing the Pooch Pound in Lanarkshire

April 24, 2013

Bruce Orrock investigates South Lanarkshire Council ‘chasing the pooch pound’.

Camera and editing by Sam Nicholson.


The First Convention of the Society people, 15 December, 1681

In Faithful Contendings Displayed, Michael Shields, the clerk of the United Societies’ conventions, gave an account of the very first convention held by the Society people in late 1681. 2,767 more words


SMALL GARDEN REBUILD: Brent Drive, Thornliebank, GLASGOW

Moving into a new home takes a lot of hard work, and this small garden in the Thornliebank area of Glasgow was simply not configured for a young child to play in. 347 more words

Abbey Gardens