Joe Stronach 07876266267 Macmillan @ Blackburn Partner
ship Centre Cancer Information and Support Service. Our service offers anyone affected by cancer access to information and support and welcomes visitors with a friendly smile
and a listening ear. We are available every Monday from 1:30-3:30pm in Blackburn Partnership Centre. Telephone 01506 283053 or email MacmillanWestLothian@westlothian@ gov.uk for more information. Citizens Advice Bureau West Lo
thian has an outreach project every second Friday at 9.15, 10.15 and 11.15 am at the Ashgrove Medical Practice. We can help with problems such as benefits, debt, family and neighbour problems, consumer issues, employment, and tenancy issues. To book an appointment phone 01506 654 965.
Stop smoking Ashgrove Group Practice, appointments on Wednesdays 9am–noon, please call 01506 654965.
Blackburn 1st Boys’ Brigade meet on Tuesdays 6.30pm at Blackburn and Seafield Church Hall. Primary school aged boys all welcome. Call 01506 652825. Blackburn 1st Girls’ Brigade meet on Wednesdays at 6.30pm in Blackburn and Seafield Parish Church. Call Moira Brown on 01506 631833.
Stepping Stones for primary school children meet on Sundays at 10.45am in Blackburn and Seafield Church Hall. Call 01506 632847.
Blackburn Utd FC Bingo every Wednesday at their facility in Murrayfield Park. All welcome. Blackburn Community Centre Five a side 3pm to 5pm daily. £10 per hour. 5pm to 9.45pm £15 per hour. To book call 01506 653014. Women’s Social Service Club at Blackburn Community Centre has started up again from 1.30pm to 3.30pm every Wednesday until March. New members welcome.
Bowling club Sunday entertainment Lyrix 8.30pm. Also deal or no deal, bingo, tote double and dooh dah bag. Tuesday and Wednesday carpet bowling from 7pm. Thursday bingo eyes down 8.15pm. All welcome.
New reading group at Blackburn Partnership The library at Blackburn Partnership is starting an adult reading book group. If you are interested in reading and sharing your thoughts with likeminded people why not come and join the group. The main purpose of a reading group is to provide a social opportunity to talk about reading in an enjoyable and relaxed manner. Come in for a chat about books you like picked by you, the group, to read and discuss. Once we have a liist of names, we will arrange a day and time to suit everyone.