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Tammy Cunningham Lights up Law 2018

Changes to Stuart's 240x Bus Service through Law village.


Many thanks to all the villagers who came out to the Law Community Trust meeting on Monday night.  It was very encouraging to see so many of you come out for such a crucial issue for our village. As promised at the meeting, please find below a link to the SPT website showing the services that have varied and changes to provide us with some form of bus service link between Law, Carluke and Wishaw.


In the meantime keep those letters going into the Traffic Commissioner detailing the change to the service, how you currently used the service and what the changes mean for you and your family.


Office Of The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland, 10 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh EH1 3EG


To download Bus service 210 click here, to download Bus service 243 click here, To download Bus service 248 click here,


to download MyBusservice-M19 click here, Other timetables can be found at www.spt.co.uk

Below are Photographs of the Mindless Vandalism carried out in early morning between 4/5 o’clock on the 19 April 2016 to the new Play Park Equipment, that so many People from the Community have worked very very hard for over the years, with feasibility studies, planning, consultation’ and Fund-raising (90,000) not only by Law Community Trust Members but by many Members of the Community of Law. The Bucket Swing has been set on fire again (2018) and South Lanarkshire Council may not replace it!


The Trust has also been informed that two outside sheds behind a block of flats on Lawhill Road were also set alight on the same morning.


The Play Park and Equipment is one of the very few places that the younger Members of the Community have to Play and Enjoy.


If you have CCTV on your house and stay in or around Lawhill Road or the Play Park Area can you please review the footage during 3 am-6 am on the morning of the 19 April 2016 to possibly see if there is anything about the Mindless Vandalism on the footage. If anyone knows who has caused this vandalism please contact the Police or Law Community Trust and the Trust will pass on the information to the appropriate authorities as this fire raising needs to be stopped before someone is seriously injured or killed by this mindless person or person’s!

Work on the new play park equipment is completed.

It seems the children have unofficially opened the play park Friday 23rd April 2010.  There has been great enjoyment in the Law Play Park since Friday (all age groups).

Congratulations and thanks to each and everyone of you for helping to steer the Play Park Project to a successful conclusion.
Jim Wright (Chairman).

Lighting up Law @ Christmas

2005 Lynsay Carswell

2006 Sarah Docherty

2007 Jennifer Rintoul

2008 Lauren Fullerton

2009 Ailidh Prince

2010 Courtney Baxter

2011 Caitlyn Morrison

2012 Nash Westwater

2013 Chantelle Aitken

2014 Claire-Jayne Rae

2015 Caoimhe Rea

2016 Eleri Conaghan

2017 Eve Grierson

2018 Tammy Cunningham

Law in the Past

If you have any old Photographs of Law please send them with some information about the photographs to us and we will post them into our Law in the past page.

Law in the Past

From tiny Acorns Great Oaks Grow
A small group of people in Law decided to take the old saying at its word by setting up Law Community Trust in April 1999.

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.

Membership is open to: All residents, organisation’s and businesses based within Law.


Law Community Trust, Community Consultation


The Law Community Trust Community survey report is now available to Download here.


A big thank you to everyone who took part in the Community survey.

Queen's Baton Relay

The Queen’s Commonwealth Baton Bearer

Scott Cunningham MBE and guide dog Milo

Visit Law Village, 22nd June 2014

Clydesdale Food Bank

Updated 22/3/2019


A long list this week, tins of tuna, cold meat, spaghetti, pasta meals, sweet corn, carrots, peas, chopped tomatoes, rice pudding, custard, fruit, jars of sauce for pasta and rice, coffee, dried rice, porridge, cooking oil, UHT milk, sugar. Carrier bags are always welcome too.


One last reminder about our AGM on Wed 27th March at 7.30 pm in the hall at St John's Church, Hamilton St, Carluke.


Anyone interested in our work is welcome to attend.


Thank you to all the folk all over Clydesdale who give us such wonderful support.



Please feel free to visit Clydesdale Food Bank any day Monday to Friday between 10.00 am and noon.


Please hand in your kind Donations to: Scot-Mid Ltd, 51-53 Station Road, Law, or

Clydesdale Food Bank, 66 High Street, Carluke.