Search site

November 2017

West Lothian Council is supporting the 16 days of action campaign to tackle gender-based violence in our society.
West Lothian Council's Trading Standards and Police Scotland are warning local residents to be wary of a scam that involves iTunes gift card voucher codes.
Only recycling and waste collections in West Lothian scheduled for 25 and 26 December and 1 and 2 January are changing over the Festive period.
West Lothian Council has welcomed the news that Breich Station will remain open and services could be enhanced.
Olympic, World and European 100m swimming medallist Duncan Scott recently attended Super Splash Saturday in an effort to inspire sporting stars of the future throughout West Lothian.
The 2017 West Lothian Christmas Toy Appeal is coming to a town near you.
West Lothian Council is making good progress in reducing its impact on the environment.
West Lothian Council has approved proposals which could lead to additional out-of-school childcare places being created in East Calder.
Sport and fitness facilities in Broxburn have received a welcome boost, after the town's Xcite venues shared over £180,000 worth of investment from West Lothian Leisure.
West Lothian Council has allocated over £45,000 to help three local voluntary organisations improve and grow their services.
An independent audit has praised West Lothian Council's clear vision, stating that overall outcomes for local residents are improving.
Meet an Olympic hero and get inspired to dive into swimming at Xcite Bathgate's Super Splash Saturday on 18 November.
West Lothian Council is ready to help tackle the impact of severe weather this winter.
Pupils from St. Kentigern's Academy in Blackburn have become the faces of a major national cyber crime initiative.
Four West Lothian schools have been recognised with a prestigious national award for innovation and achievement in delivering physical education and extra-curricular sport for 2016/17.
Residents and local groups have until Sunday to have their say on possible Council Tax increases and a large number of council budget proposals.