Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Almond Valley
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Visit West Lothian – Almond Valley

Almond Valley in West Lothian (or Mill Farm as I call it) has been a family favourite since I was a little girl. According to my boys, that’s a very long time ago (my eldest asked if I remembered the WW1 sirens going off haha – I’m not that old though!). Located in Livingston it feels like a nice central location for a family day

Whats on in West Lothian - October 2020
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

What’s on in West Lothian – October 2020

What’s on in West Lothian this October? Well, normally there would be a lot but due to COVID quite a lot of the events that were on have had to cancel. The events below are the events still “all go”  at the time of publishing. It is best to check with the organizer directly in case that pesky COVID has peaked and rules have changed

Children biking at Polkemmet Country Park
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Visit West Lothian – Polkemmet Country Park

Polkemmet country park is on the outskirts of Whitburn in West Lothian. It is smaller than Beecraigs Country Park, however, if you have a day with good weather then you could make a whole family day out here. Grab a picnic blanket and enjoy your lunch on the lush green grass near the play area and enjoy an outdoor day out. You will find trails

Beecraigs Country Park
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Visit West Lothian – Beecraigs Country Park

Beecraigs Country Park is located near Linlithgow in West Lothian, Scotland. There are lots of things to do at Beecraigs and is popular with families and outdoor lovers. With 913 acres to explore you will definitely find something for the whole family to enjoy. If your little ones love animals then make sure to stop by Beecraigs Deer Farm and the animal section where there

father and daughter walking through wooded area
Things To Do in West Lothian With Kids

Things To Do In West Lothian After Lockdown

The Summer Holidays are upon us and the lockdown restrictions are easing. After such a long time in lockdown, I’m sure people will be eager to get out and explore West Lothian. However, remember still that you should still be socially distancing and follow the latest Government guidelines to keep everyone safe. I’ve seen a list on Facebook appear every year with a list of

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