Community News

  • LCDT Newsletter May 2023
    Cycle Circuit Join us for the grand opening of the West Lothian Cycle Circuit!Following years of fundraising and planning, Saturday 27th May will see the long-awaited cycle circuit launch. With fun activities for the whole community, this is a celebration of the cycle circuit and all it will bring to the area.Soon to be available READ MORE
  • What and where can I recycle in Linlithgow?
    With a number of recycling points in Linlithgow, you may find it helpful to refer to the table below whenever you’re looking for answers to a recycling question! If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, please email us at [email protected] and we’ll do our best to help you out. Similarly, if your group READ MORE
  • Trustees’ Week 2022 (7-11 November)
    Each year, Trustees’ Week celebrates the contributions and achievements of nearly 1 million trustees across the UK. The chairperson of Linlithgow Community Development Trust, Carole Racionzer, spoke to us about her decision to become a trustee and what that entails. How did you initially get involved in the Linlithgow Community Development Trust? I became involved READ MORE
  • Community News 2nd November 2022: Construction underway at West Lothian Cycle Circuit
    Work has been ongoing for the past few weeks at the site of the future West Lothian Cycle Circuit. This exciting community development has been covered by a number of local and national media channels, including the following report by British Cycling. “Construction work has started on the delivery of the new £1.25 million West READ MORE
  • Community News 17th March: Funding Secured for LCDT Community Recovery Plan from Covid-19
    Linlithgow Community Development Trust is delighted to have secured a grant from the Scottish Government’s Adapt and Thrive Programme. This programme aims to support third sector organisations adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19 and build back better to thrive in the future. The grant will support us to deliver a recovery plan that reflects on READ MORE
  • Community News 17th December: Festive Greetings & Membership Renewal
    Best Wishes for the Festive Season! We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our members and supporters a very Merry Christmas. It has been a year like no other, but 2021 looks full of hope for a return to some sort of normality as the Covid-19 vaccine is rolled out. Best wishes to READ MORE
  • Community News 10th December: Renew Your Membership (or Join Now) & Join Over 100 LCDT Members
    Join over 100 LCDT members! A huge thank you to everyone who has already renewed their membership with us, we had a great response from last week’s Community News. Here is the link if you haven’t had a chance to renew yet. In light of our proposed merger with Transition Linlithgow, which will sit as READ MORE
  • Community News 3rd December: Renew Your LCDT Membership (or Join Now) to Retain Member Benefits!
    Renew Your Membership to Have Your Say Welcome to our weekly Community News and thank you for your support! This week we are asking you to renew your LCDT membership or become a member to receive our member benefits. As we emerge from the coronavirus pandemic now, more than ever before, the future is all READ MORE
  • Community News 26th November: Exciting merger between LCDT & Transition Linlithgow
    We want to make sure as many local people as possible have access to our weekly Community News. We would appreciate you sharing with any local friends or family who can subscribe to receive it directly to their inbox at Thank you! AGM Update LCDT & Transition Linlithgow Merger We would like to thank all READ MORE
  • Community News 19th November: Nature Trail for Book Week Scotland, #IWill Week and Spare Digital Devices
    Linlithgow’s Nature-Themed Book Trail For Book Week Scotland this year (16-22 November 2020), a nature-themed book trail will pop up across the outdoor spaces of Linlithgow! Featuring favourite nature books, quotes and authors, the trail will encourage us to pause and enjoy the beautiful outdoor spaces of our town, perhaps to explore one or two new green READ MORE

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