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May 2018

A number of items from the council's official collection are to be permanently displayed at the new Linlithgow Museum in Linlithgow Partnership Centre when it opens.
Council services are set to relocate to the new £8 million Blackburn Partnership Centre from Wednesday 6 June.
West Lothian Council's Advice Shop is supporting Dementia Awareness Week by hosting a vintage tea party on Thursday 7 June 2018 from 1pm to 3pm at Bathgate Partnership Centre.
A new footway is to be put in place at the north east end of Murieston Road, Livingston following a recent meeting of West Lothian Council Executive.
West Lothian Council recently marked International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBiT) and launched West Lothian Pride 2018.
Two local community institutions are set to benefit from funding that will aid disability projects thanks to the West Lothian Access Fund.
West Lothian Council's Planning Enforcement team have launched a six-week consultation on the revised Enforcement Charter and welcomes comments from members of the public, Community Councils and our partner services within the Council before 5th July 2018.
The outcome of a family survey and pupil engagement regarding the future shape of the instrumental music service is set to be considered.
West Lothian Council is set to retain libraries at Almondbank, Lanthorn and Pumpherston.
West Lothian Council's Cleaner Communities Team are encouraging the public to give their litter a lift as part of a national campaign to target roadside litter.
Local residents are being asked for their opinion on the future of alcohol licensing policy in West Lothian.
West Lothian this week joined in with a worldwide day of remembrance to mark International Workers' Memorial Day.
More school pupils in West Lothian have moved onto positive destinations than ever before.
Primary School pupils in West Lothian are set to benefit from a state-of-the-art link with China.
West Lothian Council has allocated funding to make improvements to Wood Park in Armadale.
West Lothian Council has approved a calendar of events which will promote equality across the local area following a meeting of West Lothian Council Executive.
Families of pupils who currently receive instrumental music tuition are being encouraged to share their views on proposed changes to the service.
Local businesses are being invited to attend a Big Business Breakfast to celebrate the Year of Young People 2018 and to find out how they can support young people into the workplace.