1st Carluke Brownies
1st Carluke Scouts
Meetings take place in Lightbody Scout Hall, 9 Hozier Street, Carluke, ML8 5UW.
Cubs (5-8) - Monday 7pm to 8:30pm
Beavers (8-10) - Tuesday 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Scouts (10-14) - Wednesday 7pm to 9pm
Explorers (14-18) - Wednesday 7pm to 9pm
3rd Carluke Scouts (Kirkton)
The Beavers meets Monday evenings in the Small Hall, Kirkton Church from 6.00pm - 7.00pm.
Cubs meets Monday evenings in the Large Hall, Kirkton Church from 6.30pm - 8.30pm.
Scouts meets Friday evenings in the Large Hall, Kirkton Church from 7.00pm - 9.30pm.
Adult Literacy and Numeracy
Meets in Glespin Community Hall, Ayr Road, Glespin, Lanark, ML11 0SF.
Tel: 07980 891 804
Arthritis Care (Lanark and Carluke)
Boys' Brigade (Kirkton Church)
Anchor Boys - for boys from age 5 years up to the end of P3. Meets in Kirkton Church on Wednesday evening from 6.00 - 7.00pm.
Junior Section - for boys from P4, P5 and P6. Meets in the Kirkton Church Halls on Wednesday evenings from 7.00 - 8.30pm.
Company Section - for boys from P7 up to 18 years of age. Meets each Wednesday in Kirkton Church from 7.15 - 9.15pm for First Aid and in the Recreation Centre each Friday evening from 7.15 - 9.45pm for the rest of the syllabus.
Tel: 01555 772165
Braidwood Toddlers meet in Braidwood Hall on a Tuesday and Thursday from 10.00am - 12.00 noon, and a Friday from 2.30pm - 4.30pm. We are a real friendly bunch so come along join us!!
Carluke (Scottish) Country Dance Class
Meets in Kirkton Church Hall, Tuesdays 7.30pm - 9.30pm October till March. New members are always welcome.
Tel: 01555 772078
Carluke Amateur Operatic Society
The Society rehearses from August to the November production then January to June in the Carluke Lifestyles Centre on Monday evenings at 7.30pm. New members are always welcome.
Tel: 07988 701 727
Carluke Bowling Club
Tel: 01555 770052
Carluke Camera Club
The Club meets in St Andrew's Church Hall, every Friday at 7.30pm from September to May. The syllabus is varied and informative to every level of photographer, novice or expert. There are additional workshop nights arranged throughout the season on Thursday evenings which include Digital, Audio Visual and Portraiture. We have a fully equipped Digital Darkroom where photographs can be manipulated on the Computer, as well as a fully equipped 'wet process' Darkroom.
If you are interested in improving your photographic skills then come along and join us.
Carluke Development Trust
Carluke Development Trust is a charitable organisation dedicated to improving our community. It was established in 1999 and since then started its journey as a community developer.
Thanks to its hard-working volunteers who care passionately about Carluke, the Trust is pursuing environmental projects, organises town events, contributes to town management and development, and markets Carluke to residents and visitors.
Tel: 01555 771118
Carluke Parish Historical Society
The society is dedicated to the history of the parish of Carluke.
Carluke Primrose Orchestral Flutes
An enthusiastic group of around 30 amateur flautists and percussionists with children from age 11 to adults in their 60's, the group get together to make and perform music before taking it to concerts and competitions across the country.
Tel: 01555 751976
Carluke Vital Records
Genealogical records of Carluke Parish, particularly burial records.
Tel: 01555 750960
Castlehill Bowling Club
Belstane Road, Carluke, ML8 4BG
Castlehill Bowling Club was established in 1921 until the current day and are always on the lookout for new members.
We have a main hall and a members lounge and we also hire the hall out. If anyone is interested in hiring the hall out then it is best to contact the bowling club or even pop in.
We have a ladies' afternoon on a Tuesday and a Thursday when the lady members come together and play and the gents have their Wednesday night. During the summer holidays the junior members get the chance to come together on Wednesday afternoons.
The club also have a number of coaches and if any new member or current member would like some tuition then our coaches are sure to be accommodating.
Every Wednesday night we have Bingo which includes a snowball and a raffle, anyone is welcome to come along to this, you do not have to be a member.
During the winter the club runs carpet bowls several nights a week. Again if anyone is interested in that then please do not hesitate to contact the club or pop up.
Tel: 01555 773313
Cat Action Trust
Clyde Model Railway Club
Clydesdale Citizens Advice Bureau
The Citizens Advice Bureau offers free, impartial and confidential advice on various matters including benefits, debt and employment. The Carluke Outreach is held in the Carluke Lifestyles Centre each wednesday from 10.00am to 12.00 noon.
10-12 Wide Close
Tel: 01555 664301
Clydesdale International Twinning Association
The association was set up in 1975 to promote the benefits of twinning to all sections of the local community.We have official links to two places Hemmingen in Lower Saxony, Germany and Yvetot, in Normandy, France.
Clydeside Hockey Club
Clydeside Hockey Club is based at Carluke High School, and we have just completed our first season.
We currently have 2 men's teams in the West District leagues. The first XI won the West District 4th division title last season, and and now play in division 3, while the newly-formed 2nd XI are in the 4th division.
We train every Monday at Carluke High School 8.00pm - 9.30pm, Lanark racecourse is where we play our home league matches.
Training is season so please check our website for up to date details.
Tel: 07714 982 902
Crawforddyke Short Mat Bowling Club 60+
Meets in Carluke Leisure Centre, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 1.00pm - 5.00pm.
Disability Resource Centre Clydesdale
Offers advice on all aspects of benefits including form filling and checking service. Staff are fully trained and the centre is a DWP alternative office. Staff can also can visit local groups to give talks and advice.
Operates a wheelchair loan service and a volunteer driver service.
Open 10.00am - 1.00pm weekdays.
Tel: 01555 770123
Scotland's free national flooding information and advice service.
Tel: 0845 988 1188
Girls' Brigade (Kirkton Church)
Meets on a Thursday evening in the Church Hall. For girls aged 5-18 years.
Explorers for girls P1-3 meet from 6.00pm - 7.00pm.
Juniors for girls P4-5 meet from 6.00pm - 7.30pm.
Seniors for girls P6-7 meet from 6.00pm - 7.30pm.
Brigaders for girls S1-S6 meet from 7.15pm - 9.30pm.
Glespin Photography Group
Digital Photography step-by-step.
Meets in Glespin Community Hall, Ayr Road, Glespin, Lanark, ML11 0SF.
Tel: 07980 891 804
Impact Dance Academy
Classes are in Milton Rovers YFC, Burn Road, Carluke, ML8 5BZ.
Fridays 6pm-9pm. Classes in ballet, tap, jazz, street dance and disco.
Principle choreographer: Chevonne Timoney BA Hons Dance, BATD Freestyle and Stage. Disclosure Scotland checked.
Yearly summer shows and Christmas trophy days.
We provide theatrical performances (usually in the central belt of Scotland), touring pantomime (UK wide), theatre in education (TIE) and murder mystery nights (Scotland). We are different because unlike most other touring theatre companies we are a social enterprise and re-invest profits gained throughout the year back in to the community (Scotland).
We sell our products all over Scotland and to the North of England. Our Main customers are Schools, Community Groups, Theatres and Hotels.
Telephone: 07525 249738
Carluke-based drama group. Meets in Kirkton Church hall, usually on Mondays 7.30pm onwards.
Tel: 01555 771570
Kirkton Toddler Group
Meets every Wednesday morning in the Farron Hall, Kirkton Church from 9.30am - 11am.
Lanark Accordian and Fiddle Club
Meets in Ravenstruther Hall 4th Monday of each month, September till April.
Tel: 01555 870345
Lanark Amateur Music Society
Rehearsals from September in Tolbooth and after New Year in the Memorial Hall, Lanark every Tuesday at 7.15pm. New members welcome.
Tel: 01555 662238
Lanark Panto Club
Meets in Memorial Hall Tuesdays and Thursdays 7.30pm, August to November. Also Sunday rehearsals in November leading up to show in first week of December.
Tel: 01555 662019
Lanarkshire Songwriters Group
Meets in Cross Keys Inn, Queen St., Stonehouse, 2nd Monday of each month, September to June, 8.00pm. Anyone welcome.
Tel: 01698 359326
Law & District AAC
Athletic training sessions are held at the John Cumming Stadium on a Monday night from 6.30pm to 7.45pm and a Wednesday night from 7pm to 8.15pm. Athletes from age 9 years to 99+ years welcome. Law & District AAC is the only athletic club in the Clydesdale area, with over 160 members. We offer coaching in a range of events, in run, jump and throw.
For further information, please contact Lesley McNicol on 07902 938 567.
Law Community Trust
The aim behind the Trust: is to bring the community together; to work for more employment; to increase social opportunities and encourage visitors to Law.
Law Wheelers Cycling Club
Founded in 1935, the Law Wheelers Cycling Club caters for all types of sporting cyclist in the Wishaw and Carluke area, although we also have members who live outwith the local area. If you would like to know more about us then please visit the website.
Music in Lanark
Promoting Live Music in the Town. Concerts include classical, jazz and traditional music.
Tel: 07719 148 837
The martial art of Nanbudo now has classes for children and adults in Carluke. The class trains at St John's Church hall on Fridays.
Times are - children 4.30pm - 5.30pm and adults 5.30pm - 7.00pm.
Classes are suitable for all regardless of age or ability. Feel free to drop in to watch or try.Visit Website
Princess Royal Trust Lanarkshire Carers' Centre
The Centre strives to find those who carry out their caring role unrecognised and unsupported. They may describe themselves as wives, parents or friends but, without their hard work, their friend or family member just wouldn't manage.
46 Campbell Street, Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, ML3 6AS.
Our Hamilton office is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9 am till 4.30 pm and on a Wednesday from 9.00 am till 6.30 pm. Our Airdrie base is open Monday to Friday from 9 am till 4.30 pm.
Tel: 01698 428 090
R.S.C. Dance Society (Lanark Branch)
Meets Robert Owen Primary School, Smyllum Road, Lanark, Tuesdays, 7.00pm - 9.00pm from mid-September until end November and then from January until end March. If you like Scottish music and dancing, come and join us.
Tel: 01555 665705
Inspirational, fun and friendly choir recruiting for the new year! We'll be singing an exciting mixture of pop, rock, folk, reggae and gospel songs each week beginning on 15th January 2014. Each session costs £5 and takes place at Lifestyles Carluke from 6.00-7.30pm.
There are no auditions and adults of all ages are welcome to join, even those who think they can't sing! Please see our website or Facebook page for more info, hope to see you there!
Tel: 07811 504 141
South Lanarkshire Song Lines
Giving local residents the opportunity to write, perform and record songs about their own community. Meets from 2nd Monday in September until end June. Established songwriters work with organisations and individuals plus a programme of performance events.
Tel: 01698 359326
Stage Right Theatre School
Providing quality drama and theatre arts tuition to children aged 8-15 in Carluke Leisure Centre on Sundays.
8-11yrs: 12.30 - 2.30
12-15yrs: 2.30 - 4.30
All our staff are fully qualified and subject to enhanced disclosures.
Look out for our upcoming adult introduction to drama classes and our act up toddler classes - coming soon.
Tel: 07856 735 591
Street Level Carluke
This is a voluntary organisation providing services and activities for young people aged 11 to 25. Street Level works in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council's Universal Connections.
Tel: 01555 751818
The Stork Club
Parent and toddler group for children 3 years and under. Held in St Andrew's Church Hall from 10am - 12 noon every Friday.Tel: 01555 773394
Threshhold, South Lanarkshire
A CrossReach project working with adults.
Traditional Music and Song Association (TMSA)
Promoting traditional music in Lanarkshire through events, workshops, newsletters etc. The TMSA is keen to increase its local membership.
Tel: 01555 860635 or 01555 811641