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October 2020

Work to combat poverty in West Lothian recognised by Queen Icon
Work to combat poverty in West Lothian recognised by Queen
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 20 October
West Lothian Council's Anti-Poverty Service have been celebrating Royal recognition for their team's good work.
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West Lothian Headteacher receives Royal award for good work. Icon
West Lothian Headteacher receives Royal award for good work.
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 20 October
Knightsridge Primary School Headteacher Allison Kennedy has been awarded an Officer of the Order of the British Empire award (OBE) for her services to education and literacy in West Lothian.
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West Lothian residents honoured by the Queen Icon
West Lothian residents honoured by the Queen
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 20 October
Seven West Lothian citizens received honours in the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2020.
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New support fund grants now available for businesses  Icon
New support fund grants now available for businesses
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 20 October
Additional financial support is available to businesses which have had to close or operate in a restricted way due to the Covid-19 restrictions that were implemented on 9 October 2020.
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Recycle Your Electricals campaign launching "HypnoCat" to hypnotise West Lothian residents into recycling their old electricals  Icon
Recycle Your Electricals campaign launching "HypnoCat" to hypnotise West Lothian residents into recycling their old electricals
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 20 October
The Recycle Your Electricals campaign is launching "HypnoCat" a pink fluffy cat on a mission to hypnotise West Lothian residents into recycling their small old electricals.
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Broxburn & Uphall Traders' Association announce phase 2 of COVID-19 Support Scheme Icon
Broxburn & Uphall Traders' Association announce phase 2 of COVID-19 Support Scheme
LATEST NEWS | POSTED 09 October
Broxburn and Uphall Traders' Association (BUTA) are pleased to announce that they have secured £5,000 Scottish Government funding administered by Scotland's Towns Partnership to provide further help in supporting the local COVID-19 response. BUTA will be providing directsupport, not just to their own members, but also to other small independent retailers in Broxburnand Uphall affected by lockdowns and restricted business operation.
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