Get out walk­ing

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

Pop­u­lar ma­gi­cian Dou­glas Cameron re t u r n s to Ruther­glen Town Hall this Satur­day, March 5, with an­other of his fun, in­ter­ac­tive shows for kids and big kids alike.

He’ll be de­liv­er­ing his lat­est magic tricks at the show.

The show is ti­tled Noth­ing Up My Sleeves be­cause de­spite mak­ing things van­ish and ap­pear, he is able to do this with ‘noth­ing up his sleeves’.

As al­ways he will need some as­sis­tance from his au­di­ence to share in the fun that en­sues dur­ing the course of this magic filled per­for­mance.

Laughs and amaze­ment are guar­an­teed and the per­for­mance is suit­able for ages three to 103.

Tick­ets are on sale now priced at £5.

They’re on-sale from the Town Hall in per­son, by call­ing 0141 613 5700 or by vis­it­ing www. sll­cbox­of­fice. co.uk

The show starts at 2pm. Get Walk­ing La­nark­shire has two health walks tak­ing place in the Cam­bus­lang area.

They both take place on Fri­days.

The first leaves from West­burn Nurs­ery at 9.30am, with the se­cond leav­ing from Whit­law­burn Re­source Cen­tre at 10.30am.

GetWalking La­nark­shire is a part­ner­ship pro­ject be­tween Paths for All, North and South La­nark­shire coun­cils and NHS La­nark­shire.

The aim of the pro­ject is to im­prove the health and well­be­ing of La­nark­shire’s res­i­dents by get­ting more peo­ple walk­ing .

This is done by sup­port­ing ex­ist­ing health walks, es­tab­lish­ing new lo­cal groups, sup­port­ing and train­ing vol­un­teer walk lead­ers and pro­mot­ing walk­ing for health across La­nark­shire.

Go to http://www. north­la­nark­shire.gov.uk/ getwalking for more in­for­ma­tion.

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