Broxburn, Uphall and Winchburgh News
The places where West Lothian residents can go for Asymptomatic Testing are on the move.
Beatlie Road in Winchburgh is set to close from Monday 31 May for an estimated seven months.
Residents in Broxburn and Uphall are being encouraged to make use of the recently launched town bus service.
A new bus service to help Broxburn and Uphall residents reach the town centre is set to launch.
Construction work is well underway for the new Winchburgh Academy.
Broxburn and Uphall Traders' Association (BUTA) are pleased to announce that they have secured £5,000 Scottish Government funding administered by Scotland's Towns Partnership to provide further help in supporting the local COVID-19 response. BUTA will be providing directsupport, not just to their own members, but also to other small independent retailers in Broxburnand Uphall affected by lockdowns and restricted business operation.
Building has started on a new home for Holy Family Primary School in Winchburgh.
Construction has begun on the new Sinclair Academy in Winchburgh.
We are aware of flooding issues in areas of West Lothian this evening particularly in the Broxburn area.
Proposals to build a new £14.3 million primary school in Calderwood, East Calder, have been approved.