competitions, promotions, small business

Win a framed West Lothian print for Christmas

WEST Lothian’s finest landmarks have been captured in a fantastic new painting . . . And a copy could be gracing your livingroom in time for Christmas. The West Lothian Herald and Post has teamed up with Cascade Prints to offer four, framed prints of this stunning composition by artist Ian M. Fraser. It cleverly… Continue reading Win a framed West Lothian print for Christmas

charities, heritage, promotions, tourism

Romans and pirates in Bo’ness this weekend

ROMANS and pirates are heading to Bo’ness in central Scotland this weekend . . . to help celebrate the town’s amazing history. On Saturday (Sept 19), members of the Antonine Guard Roman re-enactment group will be in town centre to mark the high point of the “The Big Roman Week” - a mini-festival to mark… Continue reading Romans and pirates in Bo’ness this weekend

charities, heritage, promotions, tourism

Free Kinneil calendars up for grabs

LOCAL history lovers are being given the chance to obtain a 2007 calendar showcasing Kinneil Estate in Bo'ness. The calendar can be downloaded for free from the website http://www.kinneil.org.uk and printed out using any home colour printer. The idea is the brainchild of The Friends of Kinneil, set up last May to promote and enhance… Continue reading Free Kinneil calendars up for grabs

community, promotions, public sector, social media

Award-winning campaign vies for national honour

AN award-winning publicity campaign is vying for honours with the best in Britain. The Your Community Council initiative took gold in the community category in last year's PRide Awards in Scotland, run by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). The project - which included a website, posters, leaflets and media relations work - aimed… Continue reading Award-winning campaign vies for national honour

community, promotions, public sector, social media

Helen steps down from top community role

COMMUNITY campaigner Helen Taylor has stepped down from her role as chairwoman of West Lothian Association of Community Councils. In a letter to Association members, Ms Taylor said was resigning from the voluntary post due to personal circumstances. She held the position for four years. Ms Taylor, originally from Linlithgow, was instrumental in the launch… Continue reading Helen steps down from top community role