Wishaw is a town and former burgh in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is on the edge of the Clyde Valley, 15 miles (24 km) south-east of Glasgow City Centre. The main areas of Wishaw are: Cambusnethan, Coltness, Craigneuk, Gowkthrapple, Dimsdale, Greenhead, Wishawhill, Netherton, Pather and Waterloo. There are two adjoining villages, often included as part of the town for administrative purposes: Overtown and Newmains. The Burgh of Wishaw was formed in 1855 ten years before its neighbour, Motherwell, with which it formed the joint large burgh in 1920 (the Burgh of Motherwell and Wishaw) until its dissolution when Scottish local authorities were restructured in 1975. The Motherwell and Wishaw constituency is represented in the UK Parliament by Marion Fellows MP. In the Scottish Parliament the constituency is represented by Clare Adamson. In the census of 2011, the population of Wishaw (as defined above) was 39,369. Wikipedia
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