Big moves as cabins are delivered to Community Garden

Carluke ONECarluke Community Growing and Learning Garden!
Work continues at the ONECarluke Community Growing & Learning Garden with the arrival of two cabins onto the site!  The garden is becoming increasing active, with buildings and infrastructure being put in place. 
 
The Carluke Community Trading Board wish to extend their thanks to Dale Harrison of PLPC for the free storing of and delivery of these cabins.
 
They have also provided a kind donation of recycled plastic path markers and rope for the garden paths throughout the site. This will allow visitors to walk round the site, see some of the plans for the site, and enjoy the fantastic views to the Tinto hills.

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