Carluke High Mill Campaign

Carluke High Mill Campaign

CARLUKE HIGH MILL This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to help save one of Scotland's national treasures.The Mill was built by the Dick family c. 1797. It has stood sentinel at the top of Chapel Street for over 200 years. It is listed as one of Scotland’s most important buildings. It is on the Buildings at Risk Register. It needs your help. Urgently! With your support we can restore and transform the Mill into a fantastic community resource and major tourist attraction.Thank You

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