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 Sadly the team have hung up their ladles after nearly 17½ years. ...

Strathcarron Hospice

Our young folk have in recent months raised money towards this very worthwhile cause. we hope to present a cheque tot he hospice in the Easter holidays - please watch for further details. For more det...


At a recent St Catharines vestry meeting, it was agreed to be become a Fairtrade Congregation. This means a commitment to using Fairtrade products as far as possible at all social events and certainly...

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  • Royal seal of approval for West Lothian’s Credit Union

    West Lothian was in the royal eye recently when HRH the Duchess of Cornwall held a reception in Clarence House to raise awareness of Credit Unions.

  • Getting the picture in glorious 3D at bridges

    A £300,000 innovative project will see every detail of the three major bridges over the River Forth digitally mapped and scanned.

  • Mum claims daughter was far from in safe hands with Mike’s

    A 17-year-old female was left to walk alone – up a dark farm track at 1am – as her taxi driver claimed he “didn’t know where he could get turned”!

  • Perfect for royal parties in Linlithgow

    When Morag Day and her family moved into St Catherine’s at 7 Royal Terrace, Linlithgow, in 2008, she was captivated by its original period features. Having lived in modern homes for most of her adult life, the stone built villa’s ornate cornicing and wooden panelling brought back fond memories of the Victorian home she grew up in.

  • Musicians scale the heights

    The winner of the Forth Bridges Songwriting Competition got the opportunity to climb to the top of the 50-year old structure which spans the River Forth.

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