• 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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Local community events hosted through Community Action Lanarkshire supported projects.

FREE Clyde Walkway app launches

65 km of trail opened up to digital users

Shaping the Landscape: Thank the Rocks for the Trains

How geology led to the first local train lines

Trig Points: The Basis for Modern Mapping

Part of the Mapping the Past trail

Tinto Hill

One of Central Scotland’s best loved and most distinctive ...

Mapping the Past Guide

A guide to the cartographic heritage of the Clyde and ...

Do you dorodango education resource

From soil to work of art

Guide to Re-Photography

Exploring our Landscape

Autumn Adventures

Outlet: Play Resource shares ideas for autumnal outdoor play

From Sheep to Shawl textile and dying manual

A Guide to the Textile Heritage of the Clyde Valley

Plant a Mini Orchard Resources

Suitable for individuals, schools and groups

Getting started with interpretation

A quick start guide to thinking about interpretation

Collieries: Mapping Underground

Part of the Mapping the Past trail

Volunteer Journey: Duncan Arthur

Volunteering to grow the Clyde Valley fruit growing heritage

Volunteer Journey: Ruth Thomas

From chainsaw training to historic designed landscape research

Youngsters are ‘Game’ for Local History

Gaming mechanics and time travel might not sound like traditional ...

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