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Ian S Smart & Co
"Excellent service and very knowledgeable. Were quickly able to assure me that I was in capable hands and proceeded to deal with my case with ease. Highly recommended

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Glenskirlie House Restaurant
"Another wonderful meal with care and extra attention from Chris who has a good sense of humour and Rhonda who is loving and bubbly and the special Alaine who made ..." More

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“What’s it called? Cumbernauld.” That was the slogan used to promote Cumbernauld on televisions across Scotland, and despite enjoying a measured reception, families soon gravitated towards the town. Created as a antidote to the cramped housing conditions in post-war Glasgow, Cumbernauld has become the 7th largest settlement in Scotland, with over 50,000 people calling it home. Cumbernauld became Scotland’s third New Town in 1955, and was immortalised in film when Gregory’s Girl, the 1981 film starring John Gordon Sinclair as the awkward adolescent, documented teenage life in the town. Cumbernauld was on the map. The press has not always reflected Cumbernauld’s successes: there has been the Plook On The Plinth, of course, when its town centre was awarded – not once but twice, in 2001 and 2005 – the less than welcome accolade of being Scotland’s worst carbuncle. Channel Four’s programme Demolition also voted it the worst building in Britain. Controversial, but Cumbernauld is greater than the sum of its parts, and enjoys low unemployment, and above average earnings. Despite its questionable aesthetic merits, Cumbernauld’s town centre was one of the first shopping centres in the UK, it was a beacon of modernity, and as such is an important part of the country’s history. So too is its football team, Clyde FC. The Bully Wee play their football at Broadwood Stadium, and while their travails in the Scottish First Division may not be easy on the eye, Scottish football would not be the same without them


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Care Home

Carrickstone House Care Home & Day Hospital
Cumbernauld Care Home


Dance - Jacqueline Inglis School of Dance


Club Xs


Dental Surgery


Central Health Centre
Kenilworth Medical Centre
Kildrum Health Centre
The Surgery

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Black Bull
Jack Snipe
Stables Lounge Bar
Swan Inn


Black Bull
Stables Lounge Bar
Westerwood (The)


Abronhill High School
Glencryan School
Greenfaulds High School
St Helens Primary School


Ian S Smart & Co


Central Cab Co
Cumbernauld Taxis
Eastfield Cars
Kwik Kars


Cumbernauld Theatre


Condorrat Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

Broadwood Amateur Boxing Club (Boxing)


Cumbernauld Village Flower Shop
Craigend Nursery & Coffee Shop
Village Pharmacy
R & J McLachlan
T K Maxx

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Innkeepers Lodge (0.52 miles)

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Premier Inn Glasgow Cumbernauld (1.95 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Cumbernauld
For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 13 miles away. Local attractions include Kingholm rugby ground and Oxstalles tennis centre. Our Glasgow (Cumbernauld) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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The Boathouse (2.22 miles)

The Boathouse

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Just a short distance away from Glasgow and Cumbernauld and only a stroll away from Kilsyth, lies a sanctuary a million miles from it all.The Boathouse offers 10 luxurious bedrooms ... More

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Westerwood (The) (2.87 miles)

Westerwood (The)

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Having just completed a £14 million refurbishment, The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort is a heady combination of opulent four-star hotel and golfing paradise, a purpose-built hotel which is set ... More

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Glazert Country House Hotel (2.92 miles)

Glazert Country House Hotel

Set in mature gardens bordering the River Glazert, we are a privately owned hotel striving to provide and maintain a very high standard of food, service and facilities.
All bedrooms are en-suite and tastefully furnished, with ... More | visit website

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Castlecary House Hotel (4.32 miles)

Castlecary House Hotel

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Castlecary, centrally located very close to Stirling, Falkirk, and Glasgow, is uniquely placed to cater for all business travel and will also please guests who simply wish to relax and ... More | visit website

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Halo Crowwood Hotel (4.35 miles)

Halo Crowwood Hotel

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The Halo Crowwood Hotel is a modern city hotel, situated on the outskirts of Glasgow offering a relaxed out of town atmosphere whilst being only 10 miles from Glasgow city ... More

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Glenskirlie House Restaurant (4.58 miles)

Glenskirlie House Restaurant

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Step inside the exquisite world that is Glenskirlie House and Castle. Two separate venues sharing one spectacular location in the heart of Scotland. Savour the ... More

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Smiths Hotel (5.00 miles)

Smiths Hotel

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Smiths Hotel is a friendly, family-run hotel in the heart of Kirkintilloch. The hotel offers something for everyone, from contemporary to traditional styles. Choose from one of our 21 en-suite bedrooms which ... More

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Centre Lodge Hotel (5.27 miles)

Centre Lodge Hotel
Centre Lodge is situated on Coatbridge Main Street, in the heart of Lanarkshire. With close links to the M8, & M74 Motorways it is ideal for business in the central Scotland area, approximately ten minutes ... More | visit website

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