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Moodiesburn : Scottish Local Authority : North Lanarkshire - Constituancy: Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill
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People in Moodiesburn commute to Glasgow for a variety of job oppertunities. Moodiesburn in Scotland is part of the "North Lanarkshire" local authority and is in the Scottish constituancy of "Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill"
The population of Moodiesburn is 6614. Visione's aim is to provide you with central resource for Moodiesburn - a valuable collection of links and reviews you'll be pleased with.
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