Please find below a link to the Annual Accounts for Winchburgh Community Council for the year ending 30th June 2020. Please direct all enquiries...
DELIVERANCE Bob stretched over the arm of the big chair, turned up the volume and then carried on brushing his brogues. Their auld wireless...
THE ALBION COMMITTEE “An we get Airth Castle Rovers in the next round,” sighed Isaac Turnbull, putting his empty pint measure back down on...
Monday 9th March 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Monday 13th April 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Monday 11th May 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Monday 8th June 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Monday 10th August 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Monday 14th September 2020 – 7pm to 8.30pm
Winchburgh is a rural village in West Lothian. Situated 10 miles from Edinburgh, 25 miles from Stirling and 40 miles from Glasgow, Winchburgh is centrally located and has easy access to these neighbouring cities. Traditionally a rural mining community, today Winchburgh is a village experiencing rapid change and substantial growth with a large-scale housing development underway.
As these changes take effect, Winchburgh Community Council aims to play a role in helping to ensure that community networks are encouraged and strengthened. We work with various organisations (such as the Police, West Lothian Council, NHS, Environmental Services, and local businesses amongst many others) to identify ways of improving the lives and wellbeing of Winchburgh residents. We want to help foster a buoyant and resilient Winchburgh community in times of change.
For a more in-depth history of Winchburgh, see Andrew Pettie’s book Old Winchburgh (2014)
Winchburgh Community Council is an elected body with the responsibility for establishing, communicating and organising the views of Winchburgh residents and taking action to promote the interests of the community. It aims to work with and support other groups in Winchburgh to address a wide range of issues, including: