North Lanarkshire welcomes you to the 40th edition of the Westfield Health British Transplant Games which will be held across the region from Thursday 27th July to Sunday 30th July 2017.

North Lanarkshire is a diverse area with vibrant main towns, excellent visitor attractions and outstanding sporting venues. The area is easily accessible by road and rail and borders Glasgow with the main cities of Stirling and Edinburgh within easy reach.

North Lanarkshire has a fine sporting heritage and regularly attracts high profile events; recent examples include: European City of Sport 2011, International Children’s Games 2011, European Tour Player Snooker Championships, International Boxing 2014, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games triathlon and cycling time trial events.

Get active with beautiful country parks offering amazing scenery, a wide range of museums uncovering local history, visitor centres and attractions that allow you to get up close and personal with some local and exotic animals and a huge range of indoor and outdoor activities, there really is something for everyone in Lanarkshire!

Lanarkshire is home to two world heritage sites, New Lanark and the Antonine Wall and VisitScotland four and five star visitor attractions including: Chatelherault Country Park, Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life, the National Museum of Rural Life and Low Parks Museum. Lanarkshire offers some of the best days out in Scotland!

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