This event is an excellent opportunity for prospective students of all ages, younger people who are at secondary school and local people who would like to find out more about the excellent opportunities and facilities available at West Lothian College.
In line with advice from the Scottish Government on reducing social contact in relation to the coronavirus, a decision has been made that from Monday 23 March there will be no public entry to this library until further notice.
The park is now open to all. It includes an adventure playpark, measured health walk/run, platforms to view the River Almond, wildflower meadows, wildlife information, artworks, new paths, benches and signs. It's just across the river from Livingston's shopping centre - pay it a visit!
Eliburn Park is a 16.5 hectare Council owned site located in Eliburn, Livingston. This diverse recreational area contains a range of environments including a scenic reservoir surrounded by woodland with extensive walking routes to explore and a wonderfully designed play park.
Oakbank Bing is located on the outskirts of Livingston and is owned by West Lothian Council. The area, once a hive of industrial activity, is now a beautiful landscaped environment which offers an attractive 2km circular walking route, a home for wildlife and stunning views.
All sections are for girls and boys. Beaver Scouts aged 6 - 8 years. Cub Scouts aged 8 - 10 years. Scouts aged 10 1/2 years to 14 years Meet on Monday (Beavers and Scouts) and Thursday (cubs) evenings. Also looking for additional leaders to help within the Cubs and Scouts sections.