The Wishaw Press have kicked off a fantastic new feature to find our readers’digital picture of the week.
We have teamed up with Morrisons in Kirk Road who will provide a FREE family meal for four (two adults and two children) at their cafe for every readers’digital picture of the week that we print in our newspaper.
It can be photograph, selfie or image that you or your children have taken on a digital camera, iPad, or smartphone.
We are looking for either a picture that you have taken in the Wishaw area or perhaps a selfie of your family while you were on holiday at home or abroad, or children’s drawing on an iPad.
We would also like pictures of your special occasions, such as wedding anniversaries, children’s birthday parties, retirement dos, family celebrations, party pictures, club or group pictures, or any other big day or charity event.
All you have do is send your picture to us at news@ wishawpress.co.uk or contact us through our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Please make sure you include your name, address and contact details and information about your picture.
under fire over its decision to consult reducing school transport pupils.
Ridiculous. Getting our children to school safely should be a priority. Lorraine Kilgour What next? A reduction in our bin service which has been a complete shambles and now this. Laura McConnachie Can’t we cut some of the corporate lunches and that would pay for the kids’ transport? Amy Chambers
A man has hit out at the council after being slapped with a “whopping bill” because his garden is too big. Robert Hunter received a letter in which the local authority states the size of the garden of his former council property must be reduced by several metres.
It’s dead land that owners have improved over the years at a cost to them. The council can’t use the land. It’s a gully with overgrown land that the council won’t even maintain. David Waddell Don’t see what the problem is after all these years? David Hall
Stunning Sunset over Rouken Glen park, taken by Brian Hughes