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An image relating to New Beatlie school praised
The superb new Beatlie School Campus in Livingston is already making a positive difference for West Lothian young people.
An image relating to Essential repair work for Livingston bridges
Six Livingston bridges are set to undergo vital maintenance work as part of a 10-week repair programme.
An image relating to West Lothian day support service raises over £2,000 for good cause
A recent special fundraising day at Eliburn Support Services in Livingston is set to boost the Cash for Kids charity.
An image relating to Two West Lothian schools to benefit from £1.7 million investment
Major improvement work is taking place at Kirkhill Primary in Broxburn and Livingston Village Primary.
An image relating to New £18.3 million West Lothian primary school underway
Work to deliver a state-of-the-art primary school in West Lothian has started.
An image relating to Two West Lothian schools to benefit from £1.7 million investment
Major improvement work is taking place at Kirkhill Primary in Broxburn and Livingston Village Primary.
An image relating to New cycling facility for Livingston
Budding cyclists from across West Lothian will soon be flocking to a new cycle facility at Crofthead Community Centre.
An image relating to Recycling Centre changes approved
A reduction in the number of opening hours at West Lothian's Community Recycling Centres (CRCs) will be in place from September 2023.
An image relating to Work to start on new East Calder Primary School
Construction work to deliver the new £18.3 million East Calder Primary School is set to start.
An image relating to Young musicians on song at Spring Concert showcase
The popular West Lothian Spring Concert Showcase has made a triumphant return.
An image relating to New home for Cedarbank brings school together
The school community at Cedarbank School in Livingston have come together to celebrate their superb new state-of-the-art £7 million home.
An image relating to West Lothian school improves environment for local community
The positive impact of pupils from Harrysmuir Primary in Livingston on their local community has been celebrated.