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July 2018

Over 1200 happy revellers came to celebrate and support West Lothian's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people at fourth annual West Lothian Pride event on Saturday 28 July.
Members of the public are advised not to enter Linlithgow Loch or to touch any thick accumulations/scums which might form on the shoreline.
Road users are advised that major bridge works at Almond Valley Bridge could cause potential disruption to journeys.
Construction work has been completed on the superb new £32 million West Calder High School.
West Lothian Council is investing £200,000 to improve road safety in seven local roads.
A fascinating insight into the life of current school children has been left for future generations at the new West Calder High School.
Over 530 local school pupils were put through their paces at the West Lothian's Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships recently.
The fourth annual West Lothian Pride is promising to be the biggest and best event yet.
Low Port Primary School pupil Freya Lamont is West Lothian's Young Writer of the Year 2018.
An event recently held at West Lothian College celebrated the work carried out to date during a two year ERASMUS+ funded project between schools in West Lothian and Germany.