In order to use the land to the benefit of the population at large, donations are required so the loot can be transferred to the ample coffers of Buccleuch Estates.
Detectives at Clydebank have released images of two men they wish to speak to as they believe they may be able to help with their enquiries in relation to a bogus caller incident which occurred between Monday, 3 August, 2020 and Friday, 7 August 2020, within Freelands Crescent, Old Kilpatrick.
Its existence was one of the reasons why a new care home should never have been built at Crosslet since visitors and staff would be taking their life in their hands every time they crossed that road.
Stephanie Mccullough, wife of the driver of the train which crashed catastrophically after a weekend storm causing the death of her husband and two others, has moved swiftly to correct a wrong impression which may have been given in reports of the accident.
Kathryn McColgann said: “Thank you for your hard work preparing to reopen. I’d imagine the delay will be due to some staff being furloughed and ensuring safety is priority.”