Cumbernauld


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Cumbernauld

(ˌkʌmbəˈnɔːld)
n
(Placename) a town in central Scotland, in North Lanarkshire, northeast of Glasgow: developed as a new town since 1956. Pop: 49 664 (2001)
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A long-held aspiration for Cumbernauld to have its own Marks and Spencers will finally be realised tomorrow (Tuesday September 3) at Broadwood.
ANYONE going to see the musical Girls Night Oot at Cumbernauld Theatre this month will get a taste of the new PS37m Cumbernauld Academy campus.
Two late strikes salvaged a point for the University in an eight-goal thriller in Saturday's Lowland League match against Cumbernauld Colts.
AMATEUR FOOTBALL Kello Rovers had to bring in several trialists to field a team for their game on Saturday away to Cumbernauld United.
'Lie currently occupy the third and final promotion but Rossvale and Cumbernauld sit behind them with games in hand.
Peter Prior also spouted violent threats towards the stunned employee of Gadgets 4U in Cumbernauld on March 12.
Cumbernauld Colts had super sub Craig Murray to thank as his 86th-minute header sealed a 1-0 win over Dalbeattie Star.
Staff and students from Berlin's Bauhaus hailed Cumbernauld as one of Europe's most significant urban planning experiments.
Employees will continue to work at the Cumbernauld centre during a consultation period that will last up to three months while the work is transferred.
McGregor, 42, from Cumbernauld in Scotland, was arrested and claimed he had been told pounds 1,500 of an pounds 8,000 gambling debt would be wiped out if he made the smuggling run.
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