Bonkle Village and Church

Church Road, Bonkle, Newmains, Wishaw, Lanarkshire, Scotland

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History of Bonkle, Allanton and Murdostoun Estates.
Photographs old and new.

Bonkle Village
Sunday School                       Sunday at 12 noon 
Badminton Club                         Monday eveings 6.30 pm
Ladies Fellowship                       Every 2nd Tuesday evening at 7.30 pm
Art Class                                    Tuesday evening at 7.00 pm
Men's Club                                 Wednesday evening at 7.00 pm
Thursday Club                            Thusday afternoon at 2 pm
Walking Group                           2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 9.00 am, Sundays in Summer at 2.00 pm
Rainbows     Brownies     Guides
 Friday evenings
Computer Club                            Monday 10.00-11.45, 1.00-2.23, 2.30-4.00
The Ark (Youth group)                Meets in Coltness Memorial Church
Sunday School
E-mail - web master
Enquiries about all pages on these sites.
Links to other organisation and people - Churches, newspapers, libraries, ancestral searches etc. Book
Church of Scotland
Our governing body with links to other churches in Scotland
Burning Bush

The various linked pages contain details of the history of Bonkle, Newmains, Wishaw, Lanarkshire Scotland. It covers the village of Bonkle with photographs both old and new showing the changes that have taken place in Bonkle. It includes the history of Allanton Estate and "Retreat for Ladies" and Woodypoint. Some details of Murdostoun Estate are also included.

The section on the churches give details of Bonkle Church and Coltness Memorial Church, Newmains, linked charges of the Church of Scotland. They are Christian churches of the Protestant religion in the Presbytery of Hamilton and Synod of Clydesdale, Church of Scotland, Lanarkshire, Scotland. The churches are of the Christian Faith, beleiving in God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and the Communion of Saints. The history of the churches, their organisations, services and events are given. The current newsletter/magazine is published on the site. The information page includes many links to local sites of interest and links to help your search for "roots".

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