Cleland is a small, traditional village with coal mining heritage located near Motherwell and Wishaw.

Cleland is situated within close proximity to the M8 motorway, offering road connections to Glasgow, Edinburgh, between and beyond. It is 6 miles from the M74 motorway, offering road connections to England and the M6, and Cleland also has its own railway station.

Cleland has a collection of shops which serve the village, as well as its own library. The most popular pub in Cleland is the Celtic supporters bar Kelly's.
Cleland Club is now used for parties after birthdays, weddings, christenings, .etc It has one large Main Hall, with stage for entertainment, and a smaller hall for entertainment before the main event.

Brief History of Cleland

Cleland is a small village near Motherwell, and Wishaw. The village has a strong mining heritage and is a typical example of a working class village in North Lanarkshire.

The village is very much removed, geographically and culturally, from surrounding towns such as Wishaw, Motherwell and Shotts.

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