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Charity Garden Opening - Carmichael Mill (2)

Carmichael Mill
Gardens developed over the last 30 years surrounding the last workable water mill in Clydesdale. The water wheel will be rotating, river levels permitting. A large collection of over 200 different ornamental trees with shrubs and herbaceous plants, as well as a...
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The Spirit of Bad Company & Free (1)

The Spirit of Bad Company & Free (1)

Rutherglen Town Hall
Tribute to the blues rock of Paul Rodgers, Free and Bad Company.
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Charity Garden Opening - Old Farm Cottage (2)

The Ladywell
This delightful garden as featured in the *Scotland on Sunday* in September 2019, has something of interest all year round. A magnificent collection of spring bulbs (29 March and 5 April openings), shrubs and small trees attractive for their flowers, fruit and...
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Charity Garden Opening - Kilsyth Gardens (2)

Kilsyth Gardens
**Aeolia** (Mr and Mrs George Murdoch) A third-of-an-acre woodland garden developed since 1960 and designed to have something in flower every month of the year. The garden contains a large variety of mature specimen trees and shrubs, maples, primulas, hardy geraniums and...
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Charity Garden Opening - The Potting Shed (2)

The Potting Shed
A one-acre garden, begun from scratch in 2008, on an exposed hillside at 900 feet. It contains herbaceous plants, climbers, shrubs and trees, all selected for wind resistance and ability to cope with the poor, stony soil. There are (usually) fine views...
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Mr Fibbers: Back in Tune

Mr Fibbers: Back in Tune

East Kilbride Arts Centre
A fantastic brand new show from kids comedian Mr Fibbers! Mr Fibbers is back and funnier than ever with ‘Back in Tune': a show packed with jokes, games and comedy songs that kids just love. You are guaranteed to leave laughing and...
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Race Meeting

Race Meeting

Hamilton Park Racecourse
Enjoy one of the world's oldest sports as jockeys race horses around the course.
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Charity Garden Opening - Wellbutts (2)

Wellbutts
We started our croft garden 19 years ago on an exposed hill site of approximately two acres at an altitude of 960 feet. Our priority then was hedging, shrub and tree planting, keeping open views but creating windbreaks for herbaceous gardens, spring-fed...
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Sydney Devine (1)

Sydney Devine (1)

Lanark Memorial Hall
Scotland's very own rhinestone cowboy takes his songs on the road again.
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Book Week Scotland Cheese and Wine Celebrations

Carluke Library
Come along to Book Week Scotland Cheese and Wine Celebrations at a library near you! Popular with individual readers and book group members alike, don't miss a great opportunity to catch up on books you would like to read in the year...
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Charity Garden Opening - The Walled Garden, Shieldhill (2)

The Walled Garden Shieldhill
This 200-year-old walled garden was completely redesigned and planted in 2014/15 with contemporary features within a classic design. The garden incorporates a modern rill and banks of colour with perennial flowers in a variety of borders. The resident bees enjoy the large...
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Ethyl Smith: Desperate Times

Fairhill Library
Local author and historian Ethyl Smith will talk about her extensively researched series of historical fiction books recounting real-life events and political manoeuvring during Scotland’s turbulent Covenanting years. Changing Times, Dark Times and Desperate Times are the first three books in the...
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