Stepps on the Level
Stepps is a village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, about six miles north-east of Glasgow. Well served by motorway links (M8, M80 and M73/74) to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling, Falkirk, the North and the South. A reliable train to Glasgow Queen Street takes exactly 12 minutes, and there’s also a regular bus service. The beautiful Campsie Hills are just a short scenic, drive away.
Stepps is a close-knit community, and one that has been around for a long time. Check out ‘The Story of Stepps’ by local residents Freda Bunyan and Neil Kidd (ISBN 0904966 445) and online at
In recent years we have seen the population of Stepps grow at an amazing rate, and this is what prompted the birth of Stepps on the Level. Many new people, in particular families with young children, were moving into the area and many had no idea of the great range of services available.
Stepps on the Level is a free, monthly community magazine serving the areas of Stepps and Cardowan. Local businesses advertise their services, and residents have access to the great range of local business as well as community news, our ‘celebrate in print’ service and useful numbers. Using local businesses helps to maintain and increase the prosperity of our community for everyone.
Stepps has an active Community Council, two very good primary schools, active churches, a Twinning Association (we are twinned with Les Marches in France), a lawn tennis club; a bowling club and many active organisations.
Stepps on the Level is happy to publish community information completely free of charge. So if you have a club or event, open day or fundraiser, give us a call or drop us an email and we'll let everyone know.
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