Week on social media
There was kind words from a family members after we revealed Liz Arbuckle was stepping down as chairwoman of the Rutherglen and Cambuslang Sports Council.
Here daughter, Janine McInulty, said on Facebook: “What a fantastic chairwoman she was. Cambuslang and Rutherglen Sports Council have benefited tremendously over the years with her amazing dedication and love of the job. A true unsung hero. Well done mum, we are very proud of everything you have achieved.”
As ever the issue of disruption to rail services also had people talking:
“I think at this point it would be actual surprising news if it said:‘ Train passengers in Rutherglen and Cambuslang warned to expect normal service.’”- Iain McDougall
“Well, imagine that, disruptions again. It was bad enough during Easter when I was £40 a day to get to work and back.”- Jackie McKay
Some of you commented on our front page story about residents in Burnhill being encouraged to name and shame the yobs causing anti-social behaviour in the scheme.
“People don’t take pride in where they live and make the effort to make the place look good. Make them pay for the damage they cause as well as carry out the repair.”- Darren Stevenson
“Name them if you know but the problem is they get a wee slap on the wrist. ”Margaret Brown
Finally, lots of readers took to Facebook to pay tribute to Wullie and Senga McCallum, who have put their beloved cafe on Cambuslang Main Street up for sale ahead of their retirement.
Many of you had kind words to say, but Mags Graham summed up everyone’s feelings, saying: “Happy retirement to you both. You’ll be missed. End of an era.”