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Lanarkshire Green Party

Hello and welcome to the Lanarkshire branch of the Scottish Green Party.

What we stand for

To find out what we stand for you can read the introduction to the party on the Scottish Greens Website.

 See the latest Green Bulletin for local green news and events.

SLC boss suspended amid row over £200k taxi contracts to nephew

Publication date: 
Sun, 2015-09-20
Bulletin item expiry date: 
20th Oct 2015
Source: 
Sunday Herald
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 After a senior SLC official was suspended in a row after giving a £220,000 taxi contract to his nephew, Greens have called for greater scrutiny of council processes.

Unweaving Tangled Skeins

By: 
Dr Craig Dalzell
on : 
8th Sep 2015
Bulletin item expiry date: 
11th Oct 2015

The picture shows the Old Clock Square in Homs, Syria. Left – Before the war. Right – The ruins of the war.

 

Biggar Little Festival

Place: 
Biggar

Biggar's community led arts festival featuring a wide range of music, drama art, literature, comedy and cultural events. Full information and books at http://www.biggar-little-festival.com/

Windfarms and Minerals: Exploring benefits for biodiversity and communities in South Lanarkshire

Place: 
Hamilton Racecourse

A FREE conference organised by South Lanarkshire Biodiversity Partnership to explore how developments such as windfarms can benefit biodiversity.
More information at http://www.southlanarkshirebiodiversity.co.uk/Events/conference-2012.html

Biodiversity and Paths

Place: 
Mugdock Country Park, East Dunbartonshire

 This one day course will demonstrate the opportunities and possibilities for enhancing biodiversity through creative path construction and management. Run by Paths for All. FREE for community group volunteers.

Introduction to Fundraising

Place: 
Pollock Park, Glasgow

This one day course aims to help you turn your community development ideas into effective fundraising applications.

Best places, best deals in East Kilbride

A range of deals across East Kilbride...definately worth a look to help you save money when out and about.

'BRINGING BACK THE BUSTLE' TO LANARKSHIRE TOWNS & VILLAGES

News date: 
17th Dec 2011
Empty properties

Commenting on the 'Mary Portas Queen of Shops' report into 'bringing back the bustle' to the ailing high street, Lanarkshire Greens echoed her wish that with stronger co-ordinated action, creativity and wider community involvement, our neighbourhood centres will be rejuvenated and able to flourish into the future. 
 

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