Credit: Lanark Gazette,
28 August 2011 ~~
Campaigners fighting to stop the Cartland Muir windfarm have received a major cash boost to their fighting fund – and enjoyed themselves getting it!
They held a sell-out dinner dance in St Athanasius Hall in Carluke which saw around 120 residents and supporters not only having fun but raising a stunning £3500.
However, as they celebrated, yet further schemes to erect two more wind turbines on their doorstep emerged to add to the two at Cartland Muir they are fighting so hard to stop.
For more on this story, pick up a copy of this week’s Carluke Gazette.
28 August 2011
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