Clydesdale Food Bank

Updated 18 September 2020


It's been very busy again this week and the volunteers have had to work hard to keep up but they are an amazing bunch who never complain and just keep smiling! Thank you all.

Also enormous thanks for all the amazing donations that we have received from private individuals and from businesses.  Just this week that list includes the Orchard Biggar, Brownlies, Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons. 


As a result we are very well stocked and there are some items on particular that we have lots of pasta, tea, UHT milk, baked beans. The things we are a bit low on are diluting juice, tins of ravioli, macaroni cheese, spaghetti and jars of curry sauce.


Hope you all enjoy this lovely sunshine.


Thank you for your support and thank you to those who have passed on their excess carrier bags, this is something we are always happy to receive.


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

The first Lighting up Law @ Christmas by LynsayCarswell and Santa 2005

£90,000 of new Play Park Equipment 2010

£30,000 of Landscaping and Community Benches throughout Law Village

Law in the Past

Mauldslie Castle 1930’s

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.

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).

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 Community Trust

Working towards a better future for the Community of Law Village

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