Carluke Community Council
Carluke Community Council was set up to be your voice.
Community Councils are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland and are intended to bridge the gap between local authorities and local communities. The Community Councillors are unpaid volunteers who are elected for a set period.
Carluke Community Council aims to make South Lanarkshire Council and other public bodies, e.g. the Police and NHS, aware of the opinions and needs of our local communities. We also co-operate with other groups to organise local events and surveys.
All our meetings are open to the public so if you would like to have more of a say in what happens in Carluke and the surrounding area, why not join us?
For more information, please see our website, https://carlukecommunity.org. which
we are in the process of updating. We have added a Covid-19 information page with links to local and national organisations which we hope will be helpful.