Cumbernauld is a new town in North Lanarkshire which was created in 1956 as a population overspill for Glasgow.

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Alba Forklift Training
Offers details of courses, FAQ, and contacts.
The Castlecary Hotel
Listing room information, dining facilities and location details.
Central Dental Care
General, cosmetic and implant dentistry for both NHS and private patients. Includes information about treatment and fees.
Craighalbert Centre
Nursery and school providing education and support for young children with cerebral palsy. Aims, support services, fund raising and parents association.
Cumbernauld Unofficial Web
Community information ranging from basic history to available leisure facilities.
Cumbernauld Airport
Offers flying instruction, air charter and helicopter services. Includes details of the facilities, directions and a photo gallery.
Cumbernauld Allotments Association
History, and information on developments affecting this group. Members' notice board and meeting minutes included.
Cumbernauld Education Centre
English and maths tuition for pupils of all ages and abilities. Includes on-line assessment and directions.
Cumbernauld Media
Offers news and reviews.
Cumbernauld News
Local newspaper serving the area. News, sport and local information.
Cumbernauld Primary School
Information for pupils, provided by pupils. Includes parents' area with school information and downloads.
Cumbernauld Theatre
Productions, what's on, box office, news, technical information and access details.
Hebridean Air Services
Based at Cumbernauld Airport and offering personal air charter throughout Scotland. Includes information about the aircraft and destinations.
Its Called Cumbernauld
Personal take on the town; offers blog, history, local activities, and landmarks.
Revival Radio
A Christian community radio station broadcasting 24 hours a day on-line or at 100.8 FM.
Scottish History Online Courses
Offered by Cumbernauld College, includes Wallace and Bruce, the Jacobite rebellions and social and industrial changes in Scotland 1700 to 1850. Links to Scottish history sites.
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July 18, 2016 at 8:47:57 UTC
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