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There are two types of membership in the Carluke Development Trust, each requiring a one-off membership fee as follows:

Standard: Open to individuals who live or work in the area (£1)
Corporate: Open to individuals nominated by incorporated and unincorporated organisations based within the area (£5)

If you would like to apply for membership, please click here and complete the application form.

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31-35 Hamilton Street
Carluke
ML8 4HA

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

Telephone

07881 583875

To send us an email please complete the form on our Contact page.

Land Reform Minister, Dr. Aileen McLeod, outlined details of the Land Reform Bill today during a visit to Carluke Development Trust, she said:

"We cannot underestimate the crucial part land reform will play in contributing to the future success of communities across Scotland. Through the Land Reform Bill we want to ensure that future generations have access to land required to promote business and economic growth and to provide access to good quality, affordable food, energy and housing.

 

"The introduction of the Bill is a significant step forward in ensuring our land is used in the public interest and to the benefit of the people of Scotland. It will also end the stop start nature of land reform in Scotland that has limited progress.

 

"Tackling the causes and consequences of inequality is at the heart of this government's work.

 

"Land is one of our most valuable assets. Owning land can help realise the aspirations and potential of our communities, making a real difference to long-term sustainability, and building stronger, more resilient and supportive communities. Carluke Development Trust is a fantastic example of an ambitious local community who are trying to buy the town's old historic mill and the land around it, to turn it into a community and tourist resource."

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Watch Dr. Aileen McLeod's visit.

 

Mill Lunch with Sir Angus Grossart featured in the Daily Record - http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/local-news/project-launched-restore-carlukes-18th-5911377

 

Carluke Shield

The Commonty

This is a very exciting pioneering project as it would be the first of its size in Scotland. There are many stages and break points to this project so we are working alongside expert consultants to guide our decisions.

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High Mill

Carluke's High Mill was built by the Dick family c. 1797. It has stood sentinel at the top of Chapel Street for over 200 years. It is listed as one of Scotland's most important buildings, it is on the Buildings at Risk Register. It needs your help. Urgently!

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Road Race

Taking place in June this is one of the Trust's major events, online registration will be open soon for June 2015.

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Jam & Ham Festival

The 'Jam Festival' was established in 2013, an identifiable event that has the purpose of nurturing community pride in their rich history in food production.

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