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Strathaven Drama Club

The drama club are cur­rently in the re­hearsal process for Oliver along­side the prepa­ra­tions for their Strathaven Gala float; thanks to Gal­loway and Ma­cLeod of Stone­house who have been un­be­liev­ably gen­er­ous in giv­ing use of a lorry. The shel­tered hous­ing com­plex in Strathaven will be get­ting a show from the mem­bers on Wed­nes­day, May 24. They’ll get a sneaky peek of Oliver along with some show num­bers from pre­vi­ous pro­duc­tions.

Com­mu­nity Coun­cil

The next meet­ing of Strathaven Com­mu­nity Coun­cil will take place on Tues­day, April 24 at the Ball­green Hall, start­ing at 7.30pm.

Cam­era Club

The club re­turns to­mor­row even­ing fol­low­ing a week off when Ger­ald Dob­son is giv­ing an il­lus­trated talk “Is­rael on a Bike”. On April 27, the club will will give a video tu­to­rial night com­plete with video pre­sen­ta­tions on ba­sic skills, com­po­si­tion and por­trait light­ing.

Easter Egg Hunt

David Wil­son Homes held a spe­cial Easter Egg hunt at its Lauder Gar­dens de­vel­op­ment in Strathaven at the week­end. Easter treats were hid­den in­side the new­build homes and in the gar­den. Once all the eggs had been found, kids were able to board the ‘fun bus’ – a dou­ble-decker fit­ted out with soft play kit. Estelle Sykes, sales di­rec­tor for Bar­ratt Homes West Scot­land, said: “The Easter Egg hunt is a great tra­di­tion and judg­ing by the looks on their faces, our young vis­i­tors re­ally en­joyed it. The ‘fun bus’ went down a storm as well, and it al­lowed the grown-ups a chance to dis­cover what Lauder Gar­dens has to of­fer with­out hav­ing to worry about keep­ing an eye on their lit­tle ones!”

Green-fin­gered pupils at Kirk­land­park Pri­mary School were given a help­ing hand from CALA Homes last week. The house­builder has pro­vided the school with a do­na­tion of gar­den­ing equip­ment and ac­ces­sories in sup­port of Na­tional Gar­den­ing Week. As well as gar­den­ing tools in­clud­ing spades, trow­els, rakes,

Gar­den­ing Week

wa­ter­ing cans and gloves, the school also re­ceived an in­sect sculp­ture ho­tel and wildlife at­tract­ing seeds to en­cour­age wildlife into the school gar­dens. Elaine Kirk­wood, headteacher at Kirk­land­park Pri­mary School, said: “We are thrilled with this kind do­na­tion from CALA Homes which is a great way to get the chil­dren more in­volved in gar­den­ing. Chil­dren can learn new skills, have fun and de­velop self-con­fi­dence by spend­ing time in the gar­den which is some­thing we ac­tively en­cour­age. This new equip­ment will help get the chil­dren en­gaged with the school gar­dens as well as cre­ate a more at­trac­tive en­vi­ron­ment for ev­ery­one to en­joy.”

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