Livingston Local Groups
Brownies is for girls aged 7 - 10, it is all about trying new things that teach girls about themselves, their community and their world.
Bump and Baby Group is free and open to any new and expectant parents with little ones 0-6 months. Come along and have a natter to other parents over a cup of tea and share the good and bad bits of being a new parent.
Cantilena Ladies Choir is based in Livingston, but has members from throughout West Lothian. We are a lively, sociable and friendly group who enjoy singing a wide-ranging repertoire.
A fun 40 minute music group suitable from birth to 5 years old. All classes are based on adult and child participation. With amazing puppets and fantastic instruments, participants learn action songs around weekly themed sessions. Each class is fun and relaxed - and full of surprises. Please email or telephone for more details of class times and locations in your area.
Instructor led high energy class of pre set work out stations, including cardio, core, kettlebell training and HIIT (high intensity interval training). Increase fitness levels, stamina and agility, improve muscle strength and tone. Suitable for all levels of fitness.
An advice agency giving free, confidential and impartial advice and information and assistance. Advice includes debt counselling, welfare benefits, legal issues, employment, consumer concerns and housing matters. Citizen's Advice can help you with form and application-filling, as well as letting you know what benefits you could be entitled to. The bureau is always looking for volunteers to train in this valuable area of work. Appointments : 01506 431061
A weekly club for those who love card making and want to get together with other card makers to share ideas and learn new tips. We meet on a Monday from 7.00pm until 9.00pm in the Ability Centre, Carmondean, Livingston. We also meet on a Tuesday morning from 10.00am until 12 noon in Livingston Station Community Centre. Just bring along whatever you are working on, tea/coffee and biscuits are provided.
An Information Centre offering taster sessions of activities to pre-school children and carers/parents.
Social group for people with a learning disability aged 18+
The service is available to families experiencing separation or divorce. By providing a neutral place and a trained mediator, parents can meet to work out new family arrangements. The service also provides groups for children of separated parents and contact centres where children can spend time with the parent who does not live with them.