Biggar & District Civic Society protects and promotes our local heritage
Biggar Corn Exchange is a community project providing a performance space for the benefit of all in our local community.
Links to a variety of resources to help you get outdoors in South Lanarkshire
Borders Forest Trust was established in 1996 to help restore native woodland to Southern Scotland.
The National Trust for Scotland
The Partnership has produced a Biodiversity Strategy which describes our key ecosystems and how to protect them
TCV works with thousands of volunteers across the UK, helping them to discover, improve and enjoy their local green spaces.
The archaeology group started in 1981 and specialise in the landscapes of the Upper Clyde and Tweed rivers.
The Scottish Civic Trust was set up in 1967, to help people connect to their built heritage and its development.