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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Arthurlie have confirmed the departure of striker Chris Lennon after he agreed a switch to Cumbernauld United.
Cumbernauld started the game slowly and gave away a host of penalties , GIVINGW/D the chance to take an early 3-0 lead.
Daniel, Cumbernauld STATING a case for sprinklers to fight fires seems to me to be overlooking the efficacy of a more desirable apparatus - fire extinguishers.
Holders Inverness (left) face a trip to either Stirling or Lowland League side Cumbernauld Colts while Motherwell will host Highland League opposition in the form of Cove Rangers or Formartine.
A team of 12 employees from SSE s Cumbernauld and Perth offices walked 24 miles, from Fort William to Glencoe, all in the name of charity.
But the group, based in Cumbernauld near Glasgow, said it successfully navigated a tough market despite the distraction of the deal.
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.
Locals in Cumbernauld have begged Channel 4 bosses to crown their 1950s-built town Britain's worst eyesore and have it flattened.
Substantial savings could be made by supplying these stores from existing Co-operative Group depots in Cumbernauld and Harthill, said a spokeswoman.
When AG Barr, the manufacturers of Irn-Bru, expanded production from their Glasgow base to a new facility in Cumbernauld, they needed an IBC to ship the famously secret recipe Irn-Bru essence between sites.
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