A 25-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with the Blantyre murder of Rafal Lyko in 2019. The 36-year died at Greenhall Park in High Blantyre on Monday, 11 February, 2019. The man is due to appear at Hamilton Sheriff Court on Monday, 9 May, 2022.
Transport Scotland will have lane closures in place this evening at High Blantyre as work continues to cut the grass verges. Night time off peak closures will be in place for 2 evenings at the A725 EK Expressway off slip at High Blantyre coming down to Crossbasket and Greenhall and along Hamilton Road. Similar closures […]
Greenhall Country Cafe and Farm Shop will reopen tomorrow, Monday 26 April 2021 from 10am – 4pm. Inside tables have to be booked in advance and outside tables/ picnic benches are first come first served. Give them a call on 01698 825598 to book inside. The business will be trialing out new menus including a […]
Just look at this! This was the disgusting scene today at the entrance to Greenhall Park, High Blantyre. Some lowlife has tipped this lot on the road at the entrance to the park. Hopefully it can be identified by the royal blue bath sitting there on the road. Residents vented their anger in lots of […]
South Lanarkshire Council have reopened the following car parks in line with Phase 1 of the Scottish Government’s route map for easing lockdown: Vehicles will now be permitted from today, Friday 29 May 2020 back into: – Calderglen Country Park, East Kilbride– Castlebank Park, Lanark– Chatelherault Country Park, Hamilton– Greenhall Park, Blantyre– James Hamilton Heritage […]
A notorious location for flooding is currently being worked on at High Blantyre. Hamilton Road adjacent to Greenhall Park currently has contractors working during daylight hours on the verge to install new drainage. The road at this location, turning into Stoneymeadow Road has been prone to flooding at times of heavy rainfall for many years. […]
A couple of people have asked us why Greenhall Park in High Blantyre has an area taped off today, Friday 23 August 2019. There’s nothing sinister about this. It’s merely taped off as the strong, recent winds have made some tree branches unsafe overhead. The area to be avoided is adjacent to the car park.