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Published Wednesday 04 May

Make your vote count tomorrow

Everyone who is registered to vote is being urged to make it count at the Scottish Parliamentary Election on Thursday 5 May.

Crossford Bridge

Published Tuesday 03 May

Bridge open for voters

Traffic restrictions on Crossford Bridge will be lifted to ensure voters get to their polling place.

Spring Walks Poster which features image of New Lanark: View from the North East, John Winning, 1818 (watercolour). Copyright New Lanark Trust

Published Wednesday 20 April

Step out for spring walks festival

A heritage festival is encouraging everyone to explore the treasure troves of our hidden history and beautiful landscapes.

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Published Friday 15 April

Still time to register to vote

If you have not registered to vote at the Scottish Parliamentary Election there is still time before the deadline on Monday.

A young apprentice delivering a presentation

Published Tuesday 12 April

Calling all young entrepreneurs

Budding entrepreneurs in South Lanarkshire are invited to take part in a challenge loosely based on the BBC’s “The Apprentice".

Whitelee event poster for Pedalers' picnic

Published Friday 08 April

Pedal along to a picnic at Whitelee

Still time to get on your bike for an easy family bike ride to the Blackwood Hill viewpoint for a spot of lunch.

Customer Service Assistant helping local resident at Q and A office

Published Thursday 07 April

Larkhall Q and A moves with the times

Larkhall residents who use our Q and A facility in their local library will notice a few changes from Monday 25 April.

Big Sing in the Dark - Laura Gaddis, South Lanarkshire staff choir joined by pupils from East Milton primary school, the WWF panda and the council’s Sustainable Development Officer Lesley Hinshelwood

Published Thursday 31 March

Pupils in the dark for Earth Hour

Primary school pupils joined the council workplace choir to sing in celebration of the annual Earth Hour event.

some of the 200 boys and girls who took part in this year’s East Kilbride and Strathaven primary dance showcase

Published Thursday 24 March

Annual primary dance showcase

More than 200 boys and girls have taken part in this year’s East Kilbride and Strathaven primary dance showcase.

visitors old and young looking around the reconstructed mine exhibit at the Pits Ponies and People Stories exhibition at Low Parks Museum in Hamilton

Published Thursday 17 March

Exhibition is a mine of information

An exhibition giving a fascinating people’s history of South Lanarkshire’s mining communities has opened to the public.

Long Calderwood pupils using bicycles and scooters to journey to school

Published Monday 14 March

Pupils go for clean travel options

Primary school pupils are getting expert advice this week to help them pick the best route to school for clean air and exercise.

A wall hanging, made by a small group of Lanarkshire carers, has been officially unveiled at Hamilton’s Low Park’s Museum.

Published Friday 11 March

Exciting wall hanging unveiled

A wall hanging, made by a small group of Lanarkshire carers, has been officially unveiled at Hamilton’s Low Park’s Museum.