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Nov 18

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We smashed 10,000 signatures

It’s week one of our #SaveColeThomson Campaign.   Cole Thomson is only 6 years old and has uncontrolled focal epilepsy of which he has now become drug resistant.  Unfortunately there has been a steady decline in his health since May this year. Coles speech, vision, movement and memory are all continuing to deplete and he ...

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Nov 18

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Save Coles Petition – please sign

Cole Thomson is only 6 years old and has uncontrolled focal epilepsy of which he has now become drug resistant. There has been a steady decline in his health since May this year and to date nothing has been able to stop his seizures. Coles speech, vision, movement and memory are all continuing to deplete […]

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Nov 18

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EKCT launch first campaign to Scottish Government – Save Cole Thomson

Local Charity, the East Kilbride Community Trust (SC040731) are asking the Scottish Government to allow local lad Cole Thomson who is just 6 years old, access to prescription cannibas based medicine to save his life. Cole Thomson is only 6 years old and has uncontrolled focal epilepsy of which he has now become drug resistant. […]

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Mar 18

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Select Fitness Donate Machine to Trust

Ally McCoist is a Trustee of our charity East Kilbride Community Trust who are building a Community Stadium in East Kilbride which is going to have a Boxing Gym and Multi-use hall as part of the facility. The Boxing Club and Sunday Club (which is an additional special needs football club for youngsters) both train […]

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Jan 18

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K-Woodlands Community Consultation

Your local community woodland is undergoing some changes to bring a once neglected greenspace back into active management, in a way which will benefit people and wildlife. We are proposing to remove a number of unsafe trees (and plant new ones in their place), to install a network of paths, and to continue engaging the […]

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Dec 16

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EKCT provides funds for EK Dementia Carers Group Christmas party

We were very proud to support the EK Dementia Carers group’s (based at Pine Crescent in Greenhills) Christmas Party again this year at the Inn on the Stroud, which was attended by almost 70 people.  Our Chief Executive Monique McAdams presented their Chairman Archie Buchannan with a cheque for £1000 to fund the party.  The ...

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Dec 16

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K-Woodlands Forest School Fun

What an exciting second half to the year for the East Kilbride Community Trust’s very own K-Woodlands!   That’s us now completed our Forest School Pilot of 48 bespoke sessions taking into account the various needs, abilities and interests of the 4 trial groups.  These groups ranged from children aged 3 to 12 years old, from ...

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Jun 16

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EK Sunday club follow up on Campaign win

Paul Thomson East Kilbride News East Kilbride took its first step towards a new community stadium last week when South Lanarkshire Council gave plans the green light. And one of the groups celebrating that decision was East Kilbride FC’s Sunday Club, which helps children with additional support needs. The Sunday Club cares for ...

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May 16

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CAMPAIGN WIN – week four

Paul Thomson East Kilbride News The East Kilbride News Field of Dreams campaign scored a huge victory yesterday (Tuesday) when councillors gave plans for a new stadium the green light. Over 1000 News readers signed our petition urging South Lanarkshire Council to back EK Community Trust’s plans for a state-of-the art facility in ...

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May 16

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EK Sports Council back “Field of Dreams” – Campaign Week Three

By Paul Thomson, East Kilbride News East Kilbride Sports Council have thrown their weight behind our Field of Dreams campaign this week – insisting a new stadium is required to bring the town’s sports facilities into the 21st Century. The News is urging South Lanarkshire Council to back East Kilbride Community Trust’s plans ...

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