Work starts on the next phase of the ONECarluke Community Growing & Learning Garden

We're off on the next step of the Community Garden

Work starts on the next phase of the ONECarluke Community Growing & Learning Garden

Work has started on the development of the ONECAN Community Space within the ONECarluke Community Growing & Learning Garden.
 
This initial work will see the creation of a new road surface and parking spaces which will include accessible parking.
 
The Community Space will also host the new Clydesdale Food Bank HUB as well as a new  Community Shed facility that will include a number of community groups and activities including the Carluke Men’s Shed, and community space for future events and activities.
 
The construction process will also create:
 
  • A new road from the Chapel Street Entrance to the top of the hill in front of the Carluke High Mill Tower including car parking spaces and a turning circle.
  • Several parking spaces including accessible parking spaces.
  • A Path Network throughout the site.
  • d. New Drainage systems throughout the site.
  • A New pedestrian entrance leading from the Moor Park onto the site.
  • Hard standing areas that will allow the creation of the James Pettigrew Apiary and the construction of the new Growing & Learning (Outdoor Classroom) block.
 
Work starts at the Community Garden

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