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Climate Action Strathaven awarded from council's Community Wish List

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A Strathaven charity has received new items which will help them expand their services. Climate Action Strathaven got new shelving units and a dishwasher from the council’s Community Wish List, the items were donated by Maxi Construction Ltd.The shelving rack will allow the charity to store fresh fruit and vegetables.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.

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