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miltonroversMilton Rovers

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Milton Rovers Youth Football Club is based in the rural South Lanarkshire town of Carluke. A real community club with footbal teams at all age ages for both boys and girls from the age of 5-19 years, a senior ladies team and an amateur team. The Club recently was awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services – the equivelant of an MBE. The Club has been working tirelessly for the last few years to achieve SFA Community Club status and achieved this in 2010. A grant from Cashback for Communities has enabled the Club to construct two new G4 Astro 7-a-side pitches which were officially opened by Justice Secretary Kenny MacKaskill MSP on Saturday 30th October 2010.

reachskyReach for the Sky Basketball

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Reach for the Sky Basketball is a South Lanarkshire based organisation which aims to tackle communities social and economic issues by providing opportunities and pathways for young people and community members using the sport of Basketball as a vehicle.

Reach for the Sky do this in a range of ways such as Basketball Development Academies, School initiatives, Easter & summer camps, outdoor streetball initiatives, Coach/Volunteer Pathway. They also run an Academy Development League.

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Lanark Triathlon Club

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Lanark Triathlon Club is friendly up and coming club with big ideas.
They are a club for all ages and abilities with the common goal of having fun while competing in Triathlon events and other multisport activities.

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Cherry Dance Studios is a dance company based in various locations throughout North and South Lanarkshire. It offers a variety of different styles of dance to people of all ages and all abilities.

It is our aim to provide quality, professional dance tuition in a fun, safe environment for children and adults of all ages at an affordable price, accessible to all. Dancing is like dreaming with your feet and everybody dreams. Everyone should be given the opportunity to dance and experience the three F’s….fun, fitness and friendship.

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Law & District AACLaw and District Athletics

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Law & District AAC is a Lanarkshire athletics club with its roots in the village of Law, which sits between Carluke and Wishaw. The club operates from its home base in Carluke, at The John Cumming Stadium and from Wishaw Sports Centre. In addition, a weekly training session is held in Biggar, which provides an introduction to athletics for youngsters in rural Clydesdale. The club welcomes athletes of all abilities, from age 9 years upwards.

Email: secretary@lawaac.co.uk

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Carluke Jogscotlandjog_scotland1

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Carluke jogscotland offers supported walk/jog/run sessions to all abilities aged 16 and over. The 10 week block programmes build pace and distance very gradually, allowing the body time to adapt to the demands of jogging. We have an enthusiastic team of volunteer Jog Leaders, many having passed through the jogscotland programme themselves. All CJS Jog Leaders are trained by qualified jogscotland instructors, and many have additional qualifications in athletics coaching and emergency first aid. Programmes run throughout the year on Wednesday evenings at 7pm, meeting at The John Cumming Stadium and Friday mornings at 9.30am, meeting in Carluke Leisure Centre. We are working closely with Paths For All to develop a local walking for fitness group, and currently offer a speed walk session alongside our other programmes on a Wednesday evening.

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Clydeside Hockey ClubClydeside Hockey Club

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Clydeside Hockey Club is based at Carluke High School, and we have just completed our fourth season.We currently have 2 Mens teams and a Ladies team in the West District leagues. The men’s first XI have won the West District 2nd, 3rd and 4th Division in successive seasons.The men’s 1st XI finished mid table last season and are looking to the top this season, while the 2nd XI are in the 4th division and are looking for promotion this season after missing out by 1 point in the last 2 seasons.

We have also started a Ladies XI that won the West District 4th Division last season and are playing in the league above.

We train every Monday on the Astroturf pitch at Carluke High School 7pm-9pm. Juniors (P6 to S6) from 7pm til 8pm, the Men’s 2nd Team from 7pm til 8:30, Ladies 7 til 8.30 and Men’s 1st Team 7pm til 9pm. We play our matches at Lanark Racecourse.

We are always looking for new players and plan to introduce more teams over the next couple of seasons, so feel free to come down and join in the fun. The club is open to people of all ages and skill levels.

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ROAR ActiveR.O.A.R Football Academy

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ROAR IMG_0591ROAR creates enjoyable opportunities for Lanarkshire boys and girls aged three to twelve years to Learn Football Skills in a safe, fun environment.

The ROAR Promise

We shall:

  • Put the needs and aspirations of the community first.
  • Work with all, regardless of ability, age, faith, gender, race, colour or social background.
  • Work in partnership with those who share our vision, objectives and passion, providing professional, innovative and accessible services.
  • Ensure a fun and enjoyable experience with ROAR.

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Clyderunners Clyderunners 1

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This is a social running club based in rural South Lanarkshire, Scotland which is suited for the social runner who wants to run with company, maybe enter a race – eventually if at all.  More importantly, meet up for regular runs with some friendly folk.

A typical training run would be around 45-60 mins mid week with a bit longer at the weekend – although not that much longer probably about an hour and a half.

http://www.clyderunners.com/

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Dynamic Judo

Dynamic Judo is based within the Sports Hubs of Carluke and Coltness and is one of only a handful of clubs to have achieved the coveted JudoMARK accreditation for its commitment to members and has been acknowledged for making a positive impact on children’s lives – helping them to achieve their potential in judo – by the charity Children 1st.

Judo classes are available in Carluke High school on a Wednesday evening and cater from children of five years up to adult. Younger children learn the basics of judo and gain confidence in their spatial awareness, fitness and flexibility as they develop skills from gymnastics to self-defence in a safe environment.

The club coaches are qualified by the UKCC and Judo Scotland with all the relevant certificates of First Aid, In Safe Hands, Safeguarding and Protecting Children and participate in continued professional development.

All ages and abilities are welcome. See the Facebook page for details on locations and times.

 

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Monday evenings

Carluke Leisure Centre – 9pm-10pm, £3.70 per session at reception or £1.85 if you hold a SLLC membership card

South Lanarkshire Leisure & Culture in partnership with Netball Scotland will help you to do so. Whether you have never played Netball before, or maybe you haven’t played for a few years, why not pop along to one of SLLC Bounce Back sessions. The sessions provide a gentle introduction or re-introduction to the sport. People of all abilities over the age of 16 are encouraged to attend this 60 minute session of Netball FUN.

More information: maryfrances.mcneill@southlanarkshireleisure.co.uk

Phone: 01555 751384

 

 

Scotia TKD

Scotia TKD is a growing Taekwon Do Academy, with over 700 members at 17 schools across the CentralScotland area and a dedicated Dojang and gym in Carluke. The academy is run by Mr Condie V, a former world sparring champion, he has dedicated his time to training the next generation of Taekwon Do students.

http://www.scotiatkd.co.uk/Scotia TKD

 


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