Community News

  • Community News 24th September: New Scottish Government Restrictions & Spread the Word About Community News!
    Can You Help Us Spread the Word About Community News? 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 and family who can subscribe to receive it directly to their inbox at http://trust-linlithgow.org.uk/news/newsletter-subscription. Thank you! Community Cake Event
  • Community News 17th September: All West Lothian Libraries are Open & Help Us Spread the Word About Community News!
    Can You Help Us Spread the Word About Community News? 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 and family who can subscribe to receive it directly to their inbox at http://trust-linlithgow.org.uk/news/newsletter-subscription. Thank you! All West Lothian
  • Community News 10th September: Scottish Government Phase 3 Update & Local News
    You can receive Community News direct to your inbox by signing up at http://trust-linlithgow.org.uk/news/newsletter-subscription. Scottish Government Phase 3 Update – 10th September The First Minister updated today that given the increase in coronavirus cases at home and abroad, the Scottish Government are taking a very cautious approach to the further easing of restrictions. There will be a delay
  • Community News 3rd September: Fabric Face Coverings for the Community & Linlithgow Farmily is Back on the High Street!
    You can receive Community News direct to your inbox by signing up at http://trust-linlithgow.org.uk/news/newsletter-subscription. Generous Donation of Face Coverings for the Linlithgow Community Face coverings look set to be around for the foreseeable future. Using a reusable face covering has a number of advantages: You can buy or make the covering using a comfortable material
  • Community News 27th August: Cycle September Global Bike Challenge and Updates from LCDT & the Community Council
    Cycle September Bike Challenge We know there are lots of keen cyclists in Linlithgow, many of whom we are grateful to for their support with the West Lothian Cycle Circuit project. So as September is just around the corner, this week we are featuring the Love to Ride Cycle September Global Bike Challenge! It’s all about joining
  • Community News 20th August: Scottish Government Update & Community Cake Event on Fundraising
    Receive Our Weekly Community News Direct to Your Inbox! Our weekly Community News is also sent out as a newsletter on email. If you would like to receive this direct to your mailbox you can sign up at http://trust-linlithgow.org.uk/news/newsletter-subscription so you never miss what’s going on! We keep you up to date will relevant local and
  • Community News 14th August: Linlithgow Coronavirus Support Service
    Linlithgow Coronavirus Support Service on Pause The Linlithgow Coronavirus Support group is pausing its service from Friday August 14th. The service was established by the Linlithgow Churches working in partnership with Linlithgow & Linlithgow Bridge Community Council and Linlithgow Community Development Trust. The service is ensuring that no-one is left without support beyond August 14. The group is
  • Community News 5th August: Eat Out to Help Out & Spaces for People
    Eat Out to Help Out This week the Government launched the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ Scheme to encourage people to support the hospitality industry and eat out again. Here are the details: get a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner).
  • Community News 30th July: Scottish Government Phase 3 Update & Community Cake Feedback
    Scottish Government Phase 3 update First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed that Scotland will remain in Phase 3 of the route map yesterday, but gave provisional dates for when further restrictions may be changed. These are summarised in the graphic below with further details provided on the Scottish Government website. It was confirmed that schools will
  • Community News 22nd July: Linlithgow Farmily – Growing Your Own Food at Home.
    Linlithgow Farmily is Coming to the High Street on Saturday! Linlithgow Farmily is a new community network that has emerged from Narrowboat Farm during lockdown, and has already grown to over 600 members. It’s a thriving, active, supportive community of peers who are growing their own food at home – often for the first time.


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