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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.

Features

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

History

Easter Sunday 2015

Easter Sunday started early as I was going to a sunrise service outside Chatelherault House in Fernigair, Hamilton at 06.30. I was going with my friend Susan. 503 more words

Scotland

Press Release from Tennents Lager!

I was sent this yesterday and asked to share it today. Contact details are at the end.

Tennent’s Lager today announces plans for a new service that will ensure punters looking for a quick pint need only go as far as their own kitchen sink. 298 more words

Food & Drink

Lanarkshire Organ Crawl

The date, times, and locations are all now firmed up!

The Lanarkshire Organ Crawl will take place on Saturday 18th April.

We hope that as many of you as possible can join us for all or part of the day, please use the contact us page to let us know if you are coming along. 79 more words

News

Charing Cross, Glasgow

I wrote an article on Charing Cross in Glasgow when I visited the area the other day.

It is not displaying correctly on this WordPress Blog so I have included a link to the article on another blog.

It can be accessed here.

Scotland

Out-of-hours NHS cover

The Village Community Council is formally objecting to the proposal by NHS Lanarkshire to close the Out-of-Hours Service in Cumbernauld. They would, however, urge residents to also send in individual letters of objection, and have prepared a sample letter, copies of which are available in the vestibule of the Parish Church. 64 more words

Cumbernauld Village