Livingston Local Groups

The Friends of Almond Valley provide support to all aspects of the Heritage Centre's operation. Membership provides the opportunity to assist in the care of animals, restoration & maintenance work, operation of the farm, railway and mill.
Dance class for people aged 50 and over. No partner required
Guides is for girls aged 10 - 14, they have exciting and varied programme designed to inspire and challenge girls.
Dial-A-Ride provides a door-to-door transport service for people with limited mobility who are unable to use ordinary buses.
Join us on our free walks to meet new friends, discover new walks in your area and improve your fitness. Don't worry if you're not very active at the moment, or are recovering from injury or illness - you will be able to walk at your own pace and there are always options of shorter walks.
Providing Adult befriending support to identified young people aged 10 - 21, with issues around confidence and self-esteem.
Kids Gone Wild run woodland activities, workshops and birthday parties for kids and big kids alike in West Lothian.
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Livingston Karate Club has been in operation since the 1980s. We teach traditional Shotokan Karate in and around West Lothian. We are a family friendly organisation, which is reflected in our pricing structure and membership.
Swimming club with award winning learn to swim programme and competitive swimming squads.
Day and Evening Classes in Painting and Pottery for beginners and those who are more experienced
A group of musicians playing traditional and contemporary Scottish and other music. Play for local events, charities, nursing homes, church, social events etc. We also take part in Fiddlers Rallies around Scotland. New players of any age always welcome, fiddle, accordion or perhaps other instruments. Not suitable for complete beginners and must be able to read music.