South Lanarkshire

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Location of South Lanarkshire in Scotland
South Lanarkshire is a council area in Scotland. It was created in 1996, from the Clydesdale, Hamilton and East Kilbride districts, and some outer areas of Glasgow, in the former Strathclyde region. Lanark was at one time the county town of Lanarkshire. Other towns include Rutherglen.

LGBT history

Staff at South Lanarkshire Council run a weekly group (the "Skittles" group) for LGBT young people at Universal Connections in Hamilton.[1][2]