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What’s on North Lanarkshire

Once Scotland’s industrial powerhouse, today’s North Lanarkshire offers a range of attractions and activity centres for you to discover. Visit the Summerlee Heritage Park in Coatbridge and the Motherwell Heritage Centre to get a living account of the area’s industrial high points. You’ll also have many parks and estates to explore, including Strathclyde Park - the largest in the area and featuring the M&D theme park. Other outdoor attractions include Motherwell’s Dalzell Park and the Barons Haugh Nature reserve, Coatbridge’s Drumpellier Country Park, and Kilsyth’s Colzium-Lennox estate.

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25th July 2015, Motherwell:

Join Cbeebies star Tree Fu Tom, as he takes to the stage in his first nationwide ‘live’ tour.

30th July 2015, Motherwell:

Basil has celebrated over 50 years in entertainment and The Basil Brush Show on BBC TV was watched by millions of viewers every week for over a decade.

31st July - 2nd August 2015, Motherwell:

Scotland’s only tribute music festival takes place over the Summer Bank Holiday weekend.

15th August 2015, Motherwell:

Arguably the two best Scottish traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear.

27th September 2015, Motherwell:

Setting sail on an all new adventure for 2015; ‘Pirates and Princesses’ is the brand new show from Anya, Kevin and Gary (formerly of the Singing Kettle).

8th October 2015, Motherwell:

In November 1979 The Jam released their classic album Setting Sons and the single The Eton Rifles – their first top ten hit single.

Year-round, Motherwell:

Set within 20 acres in Strathclyde Park, M&Ds offers family fun in abundance with over 40 major rides and attractions.

Year-round, North Lanarkshire:

You can spend time in one of the four hides, looking out at the ducks and swans on the haugh, or take a walk through the woods.

Year-round, Lanarkshire:

With Strathclyde Loch as a focal point, Strathclyde Country Park is one of Scotland’s leading centres for outdoor recreation.

Year-round, North Lanarkshire:

Open year round and formerly a private estate, Drumpellier covers 500 acres and features 2 natural lochs which attract a large number of water birds.

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