News Year: 2021
Nominations are being accepted for anyone wishing to stand at a by-election to elect new members for Carluke Community Council. If you are on the
06.08.2021 Due to the weather forecast over the weekend, we have taken the decision to have no organised activities at the ONECAN Community Garden. This
Over the weekend, we started to invite our Growing Army to the first Polytunnel at the Community Garden to plant their tomato and pepper plants.
We need your vote to determine the future of Carluke High Mill!
The first community garden polytunnel is ready to be built! We’re looking for jigsaw lovers and puzzle solvers to help us build the first of
19 May 2021 at 14:00 pm – 16:00 pm Efficient project management need not be an overwhelming process. This webinar provides an introduction to practical tools
Check out these three funds targeted at community groups closing soon over May and June.
As a community, our Church requires two volunteers, to be part of our Technical Team, to produce the online live streaming of our Services of Worship.
Congratulations to Tom Kennedy and his wife, Wendy who walked several times around Strathclyde Park in Saturday’s lovely weather for their Kiltwalk to raise funds for Carluke Men’s Shed.
Tom and Wendy Kennedy are embarking on the challenge of this year’s Kiltwalk 2021 to raise funds for Carluke Men’s Shed — as they did last year.
The Clubs in Crisis Fund, administered by Foundation Scotland on behalf of Made By Sport, offers local sports clubs and organisations the opportunity to apply for a grant to help support young people as they start to recover from the effects of the latest lockdown
JOCK’S BURN WOODLAND COMMUNITY SURVEY
Do you live in Carluke? If so, we would love to hear from you!
🐣We are delighted to announce our Braidwood Easter Trail – with activity bags!🐣
Follow the trail around our beautiful village and spot the Easter chicks on the way (painted on spoons). There are 16 to find, each displaying a letter to fill in on your sheet. Can you find them all? Rearrange the letters and solve the Easter anagram to be in with a chance of winning a prize 🥚🍫.
As part of ONECarluke Area Network’s commitment to sharing resources, news, events and opportunities, we’d like to invite all community groups throughout the area to subscribe to our new newsletter!
The Arnold Clark Community Fund is open to all local community groups who need financial assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic. At the end of
Check out the latest resources and funding available to community groups.