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Livingston Village Community Education Centre Association we are a Community centre based within Livingston Village Primary School and operate solely for the benefit of providing educational/sporting and recreational activities for local residents. We are a completely voluntary organisation. We are pleased to be able to announce that we have launched a new website, to manage bookings and enquiries for our rooms. You can access it at www.livingstonvillagecommunitycentre.org.uk Please note, this is now the method for booking rooms within our community centre. We currently have a range of activities on offer including ‘Little Villagers’ before and after school care, Parent and Toddlers, Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Yoga, Karate, Enjoy-a-Ball, Caterpillar Music, plus:
Over 50’s Club come along on a Wed Afternoon ( 1.30-3.30 pm) and play table tennis, dominoes and other games, or have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee. All welcome. Tel Bruce on 01506 494347
Table Tennis Club on Thurs evenings ( 7-9 pm) experienced players and beginners welcome. Lots of fun. Tel 01506 790208
Livingston Village Chess Club has amalgamated with the Ability Centre Chess Club. Contact Tom Wills on 01506 437 911 or 07436 795 777 or Jorden Smith 01506 774066.
Activities held in Community Wing of Livingston Primary School: Community Playgroups Livingston Village Mon to Friday 9.15-11.30 for children aged 2 years plus. A small friendly playgroup with qualified staff, following the pre-birth to 3 curriculum. A great first step into early years, a great step for nursery. For further information find us on Facebook - Community Playgroups Livingston Village or call 01506 417343 or pop in to see us. Cost per session is £7 including a healthy snack. 19th Livingston Brownies Meet on Mondays from 6.45pm to 8.15pm - open to any girl aged between 7 and 10. For further information contact Pam on 07796284305. Dance Classes Fun dance classes for children aged 3 upwards are held every Thursday 5.30-6.15pm cheerleading/what’s hot and 6.15-7.00pm hip hop. The classes are non profit making and parents and siblings are welcome to and watch. For more information contact Louise. email@example.com 07841485430.
Parents and Toddlers Livingston Village Parents and Toddlers Group meet on Monday and Wednesday from 9.00-11.00am. All pre-school age children welcome, accompanied by an adult.
Over 50s Club Meets on Wednesday afternoons. For more information contact Bruce on Tel: 01506 494347. To find out about any groups meeting in the Community Wing of Livingston Village Primary School, or for information on private lets, phone 07549180406. Also, look out for messages posted on the notice board outside the Post Office in Livingston Village. Swim West Lothian Lessons Programme We now have three venues that we offer our Learn to Swim Lessons. James young High School - Friday afternoons from 1-4.30pm Armadale Academy - Saturday morning 10.30-12.15 and Deans Community High School - Saturday mornings from 10.30-12.15. Classes to suit all abilities - we offer lessons for 49 weeks a year from preschool upwards to adult. We also do Rookie Lifeguard classes which have proved popular. If interested in lessons for your child please contact Karen Paterson on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07890823763 to arrange a trial session.
Aquanauts Livingston Swimming Club Has spaces for beginners up to personal survival level. We teach at West Calder High School on a Monday evening and Inveralmond CHS on a Thursday evening. We also have spaces in our swimming club on a Tuesday evening at James Young, Please contact email@example.com for details and to arrange a trial. We take children from 4 years of age. Livingston Cricket Club Runs indoor practices for 6-9 year olds 5 to 6pm on a Wednesday and practices for 10-14 year olds 6-7pm on a Wednesday. Practices are held at Deans High School Livingston. Practices cost £3 per practice. For more information contact Mark at mark. firstname.lastname@example.org
SMART meetings SMART stands for Self Management and Recovery Training and aims to help individuals gain control over their addictive behaviours through peer led mutual aid meetings. If you are trying to abstain from an addictive behaviour come along and join us at St. Johns Hospital (psychology dept.) on a Thursday evening from 6.15 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. You will be met with a warm welcome, tea or coffee and the opportunity to discuss and learn from issues for a healthy recovery. If you would like more information about the meetings or SMART, please contact John at 01506 446651 or Anne at 01506 446528.
29th Scout Group’s Beaver Scout section has spaces for both boys and girls aged between 6 and 8 years old. We meet on Wednesdays from 6.30 to 7.30 pm in Toronto Primary School and offer a wide range of fun games, crafts, outings, friendship, badges, awards and a chance to learn and try new things. Simply come along on a Wednesday night or call Gavin Johnston on 01501 773519 if you need more information.
Eliburn Parent and Toddler Group meets every Wednesday (term time) 1.30 – 2.30pm at the Free Church of Scotland, Jackson Place, Eliburn. All babies, pre-school children and parents/carers welcome.