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Easy Fundraising

Raise money for us the easy way. Everyone who uses the web can help!

You can help us raise money for the High Mill Campaign without even leaving your home. It's easy.

Click to visit our easyfundraising page.

Get Involved

If you see a project on our website that you would like to be involved in then please contact us. We would love to have you as part of our team!

Become a Member

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.

Get In Touch

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.

Formed by local people in 1999, Carluke Development Trust [CDT] is a charity serving the residents within the Parish of Carluke. It is part of a nationwide movement of local communities who want to build on their strengths and create opportunities for a successful and sustainable place.

In 2012, following a series of meetings and discussions with other bodies within the town and within the board of the Trust, we developed our Strategic Vision based on four key principles, which will guide our work over a five year period.

The four key principles are:

  • A thriving local economy
  • Quality public spaces
  • A greener place
  • A sustainable organisation

In delivering our strategy we will seek to work in partnership with individuals, other community groups, local and national government and the private sector to maximise the benefits for the town.

Please take time to read and explore this new web site, find out more about our Town, our work and how you can get involved.

 

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