• Community Action Lanarkshire

    Support for rural communities in North and South Lanarkshire from the Rural Development Trust

  • Community-led action planning

    Helping build local democracy and active citizenship

    Developing better communities for now and generations to come

  • Driving forward community projects

    From setting up as a constituted group, to identifying

    funding sources and submitting applications


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Community Action Lanarkshire offer support for rural communities across rural North and South Lanarkshire to build and grow projects.

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Local community events hosted through Community Action Lanarkshire supported projects.

Active communities get mapping in Clydesdale

Choose sustainable and healthy travel

Sustainable Travel Action Plans Published

Action plans for sustainable and active travel in rural South ...

FREE Clyde Walkway app launches

65 km of trail opened up to digital users

Clyde Walkway Community Links – Nemphlar Moor Road to Braidwood

Through gentle rolling landscape to the dramatic Fiddler’s Gill ...

Community Action Plan launches in Carstairs Junction

Residents encouraged to get involved

Make Your Way to Chatelherault

Access routes from Hamilton, Larkhall and Quarter to Chatelherault Country ...

Clyde Walkway Community Links: Larkhall to Clyde Walkway – ‘The Monkey ...

Larkhall to Clyde Walkway – ‘The Monkey Road’

Growing Up Wild captured on film

Outdoor Learning and Wild Play

Guidance published for landowners of designed landscapes

Conservation Strategy and Guidance Notes

Glorious Gardens Conservation Strategy

Conservation Strategy and Landowner Guidance Notes for Designed Landscapes

Teaching in Nature Case Studies

Resources for teachers

Investigating the Past at Castle Qua and Black Hill

Investigating the Iron Age landscape of the Clyde and Avon ...

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