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Bent Cemetery
07.09.13 - 08.09.13 (08.00-20.00)
Bent Cemetery, Bent Road, Hamilton,  ML3
Bent Cemetery is the last resting place of Lord Hamilton (d 1479); the 1st Marquess of Hamilton and the 8th, 9th and 10th Dukes of Hamilton and their families. 
Other notable occupants include entertainer Sir Harry Lauder and footballer Davie Cooper
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Chatelherault Hunting Lodge
08.09.13 (10.00-16.00)
Chatelherault Country Park, Carlisle Road, Hamilton,  ML3 7UE
Chatelherault Hunting Lodge - Image 1

Built in the 1730s by William Adam as a decorative feature in the grand design of the Hamilton Estates landscape, Chatelherault comprises four main pavilion buildings with linking walls. The western pavilion features fine Georgian plasterwork and woodcarvings. These rooms were used by the Duke and Duchess for entertaining hunting parties.

Architect: William Adam
Building Date: 1730s

The structure was fully restored from ruin in the 1980s and now operates as the centre piece of Chatelherault Country Park.

Image (c) www.scran.ac.uk

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08.09.13 (13:00 -14:00)
Corehouse, Kirkfieldbank, Lanark,  ML11 5TQ
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The estate was established in the 14th century and remains in private ownership.  Corehouse was built in 1824-27 by Edward Blore of London, who also worked on Buckingham Palace.  It is considered the pioneer house in Scotland of Tudor Revival domestic architecture.

Corehouse has a pictureque profile with many shafted chimney stacks and carefully contrived massing so as to appear to have evolved in an unplanned manner.  The interior is well conserved and is focused on a lantern stair tower.

Close to the house is Corra Castle built in the 15th century.

Guided tours limited numbers 15 - 20, allocated on first come basis.

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Crawfordjohn Church
07.09.13 - 08.09.13 (12.00-17.00)
Main Street, Crawfordjohn, nr Biggar,  ML12 6SS
Crawfordjohn Church - Image 1

This Parish Church dates from 1817 and is situated on a raised circular mound, indicating that this was once a religious site dating back to the 12th century. The village of Crawfordjohn was established in the 12th century by John, stepson of Baldwin, a Flemish Lord from Biggar. 

Building Date: 1817

The church is constructed of stone incorporating fragments of an earlier building. The elegant bell tower has been restored and new louvers fitted to protect the ageing sandstone and bell. It now houses a Museum of Traditional Rural Interest.

Handcraft demonstrations will take place.

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Douglas Heritage Museum
07.09.13 (10.00-17.00) - 08.09.13 (14.00-17.00)
Douglas Heritage Museum, Santa Sophia's Chapel, Bells Wynd, Douglas,  ML11 0QH
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The Museum building, originally the Dower House of Douglas Castle, is situated adjacent to the ancient St Brides Church.  It houses six stained glass windows depicting coats of arms of the Douglas Earls. 

Exhibitions are changed annually to show the various aspects of village life, Douglas families and the Cameronian Regiment.

Car parking short walk to the museum.

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East Kilbride Community Fire Station
New This Year
08.09.13 (12:00-16:00)
1 Andrew Street, East Kilbride,  G74 4JS

Operation Community Fire Station.

Please note that this is an operational Fire Station therefore crews and engines may not be available.

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East Kilbride Old Parish Church
08.09.13 (10.30-15.00)
The Village, 3-5 Montgomery Street, East Kilbride,  G74 4JS
East Kilbride Old Parish Church - Image 1

The Church was built in 1776 by James Pollock (with additions in 1818 by Robert Pollock and 1862 by W Pomphrey). The original church cost £570 and is modelled on Shettleston Parish Kirk. In 1818 a steeple was added, this is an unusual and highly distinctive feature for a Parish Church; the most famous example of this being St Giles High Kirk in Edinburgh.

Architect: James Pollock, Robert Pollock, W Pomphrey
Building Date: 1776, 1818, 1862

Behind the Church is the kirk yard where notable gravestones include the parents of William and John Hunter, the famous surgeons and Rev. James French, minister of the Old Parish Church (1791-1835), who was tutor to the young Walter Scott.

Visitors are welcomed to Sunday morning worship at 11.00 am.

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Falls of Clyde
07.09.13 - 08.09.13 (10.00-16.00)
Scottish Wildlife Trust - Falls of Clyde, Visitor Centre, New Lanark,  ML11 9DB
Falls of Clyde - Image 1

The majestic Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve sits at the gateway to the Clyde Valley Woodlands.  It boasts an inspirational landscape of three dramatic waterfalls, beautiful ancient woodlands and abundant wildlife, all within easy walking distance.

Visit the exciting Falls of Clyde visitor centre located within New Lanark with lots of hands on activities for children.

Image (c) www.scran.ac.uk The Falls of Clyde by Jacob More, 18th Century


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Gladstone Court Museum
New This Year
07.09.13 (11.00-16.30) - 08.09.13 (14.00-16.30)
North Back Road, Biggar,  ML12 6DT
Gladstone Court Museum  - Image 1
At Gladstone Court Museum you can stroll through streets from the past and visit small shops and business premises including a chemist, cobbler, grocer, ironmonger, bank, schoolroom and printer's. 
This reconstructed slice of late 19th and early 20th century life is a must see for all ages.

Assisted wheelchair access.
Image (c) www.biggarmuseumtrust.co.uk 

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Green Home (Biomass Pellet Boiler and Solar PV)
New This Year
07.09.13 (10:00 - 16:00)
Middlecroft Farm, Strathaven,  ML10 6RH

Part of the Energy Saving Trust Green Homes Network. Please contact Jacqueline Mackenzie to book a time slot - 0141 3033131, email Jacqueline_mackenzie@thewisegroup.co.uk

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