Following on from our post this morning about grass cutting services resuming at Stonefield Public Park, it looks like SLC has had a busy day. Kirkton Park in High Blantyre now having a similar makeover. Grass being cut this afternoon. Please be aware children still cannot use the play equipment (for now).
What do you do in lockdown when you’ve got a mattress to dispose of? Yes, thats right….just dump it into a corner of Stonefield Public Park! This was the scene today as somebody decided to do just that, fly tipping their rubbish into public spaces in the middle of Blantyre. The tips are still closed […]
C’mon folks we can do better than this! Looks like somebody had a fireworks display in McAnulty (Stonefield) Public Park on Saturday night and left a right mess, prompting several complaints. Left to others to clean up, there was more rubbish than this picture shows. We’ll never understand people who mindlessly litter Blantyre’s parks.
Big Tidy up!Just look at this! Another well done to Blantyre Community Committee tonight. This is the scene this evening down at the Public Park. Dedicated people, staying behind this evening to ensure the park is immaculate and completely litter free. You would never guess that THOUSANDS of people have been partying here since Thursday evening! Full […]
It’s time to hoist the sails for another exciting new season of water sports at James Hamilton Heritage Park in East Kilbride. The water sport centre officially re-opened on Saturday 4th May picking up where the very successful 2018 season left off. The Centre’s fully qualified team of instructors are ready and waiting for anyone who fancies dipping […]
Following our story earlier this afternoon about white paint being thrown all over Stonefield Public Park Pavements, we have some better news! South Lanarkshire Council have now very promptly, cleaned every trace of it, as tonight’s pictures show! Earlier this evening, Saturday 02 March 2019, Council workers came out , not just on a weekend, […]
January fundraising totals are in and we’ve managed to raise a very handsome £150.40 for local good causes! This comes from £12 donations from kind hearted individuals supporting the Blantyre Telegraph Facebook page (using the donate button there) and also £138.40 from Blantyre Project, from the sales of history books in the last period. We’ve […]