Where can I visit in Lanarkshire?
Elio Pace: The Billy Joel Songbook
Elio Pace: The Billy Joel Songbook
The Town House
Pace plays the songs of the Piano Man.
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European Championships
European Championships
In August 2018 North Lanarkshire's Strathclyde Country Park - over 400 hectares of countryside set within the valley of the River Clyde - will host both the Rowing and Triathlon events in the European Championships.
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European Triathlon Championships
Strathclyde Country Park
Athletes complete a 1,500m swim, a 40km cycle and a 10km run. In the Mixed Team Relay event, two men and two women form a team and each undertake a 250m swim, a 6km cycle and 1.6km run.
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European WAG Championships Qualifier
Strathclyde Country Park
Women's artistic gymnastics.
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Fair Monday
Fair Monday
Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life
Confectionery themed fair with workshops, a sweet shop and sweetie trail.
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Father Christmas
Father Christmas
Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life
Meet Father Christmas to tell him all your wishes. Receive a special gift and a bag of reindeer dust to sprinkle outside your door on Christmas Eve to help the reindeer see where they’re going.
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Festival 2018 – Strathclyde Park
Strathclyde Country Park
Over eight days, fantastic free activity will take place at Strathclyde Park. Aerial Edge will run circus based workshops and offer the chance to try out the largest trapeze in Scotland! Their roaming performers will entertain the crowds and along with circus...
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Feufield Farm
Feufield Farm
Ethical, free range smallholding in Biggar, South Lanarkhshire.
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Firestorm Rocks
Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
Heavy rock festival featuring a wide range of classic and modern acts.
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Firestorm Rocks
Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
Two day rock music event with the likes of Tantrum, COP UK, Oblivion, Gordon's Alive and many more on the line-up.
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Flemings Restaurant
High Quality out of town dining, with an ambitious seven course tasting menu. Book a seat by the window and enjoy views towards the Kilsyth Hills.
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Forth and Clyde Canal
Forth and Clyde Canal
The waterway was extended through the addition of the Union Canal at Camelon in 1822. For nearly two centuries the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals formed an important commercial transport corridor across central Scotland. But by the 1960s new roads blocked...
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