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|West Lothian commemorates the Battle of the Somme.
A special remembrance service was held at West Lothian Civic Centre on Friday 1 July 2016 to mark the 100th Anniversary of the start of the Battle of the Somme.
|Kirkhill scores new games area.
|A brand new 50,000 multi-use games area has opened at Kirkhill Primary in Broxburn. The superb new resource can be used for a variety of sports such football, basketball, tennis and much more, for both school pupils and the local community.The multi-use games area (MUGA) and ongoing surrounding landscaping work has been funded by West Lothian Council's General Services property capital programme, and aims to encourage participation in a wide range of physical activity for local young people and community users.|
|Boundary recommendations welcomed.
|West Lothian Council has welcomed proposals to maintain the current number of councillors in the area.The Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland (LGBCS) has submitted its final reports and recommendations on councillor numbers and wards for each of Scotland's 32 council areas. The recommendation for West Lothian is for no changes, which would keep the current boundaries of nine council wards with 33 councillors.|
|West Lothian welcomes Matisse exhibition.|
|A West Lothian gallery is set to welcome a free exhibition by one of the 20th century's most influential artists.
The Gallery at Linlithgow Burgh Halls will host the Matisse: Drawing with Scissors - Late Works 1950-1954 exhibition from Friday 22 July to Sunday 9 October. The French painter, sculptor and designer, Henri Matisse (1869-1954) is celebrated for his vibrant works with extraordinary richness and luminosity of colour, features 35 posthumous prints of his famous cut-outs, including iconic images such as The Snail and the Blue Nudes.
|Summer reading challenge.
|Children between the ages of 4 and 12 can sign up to their local library for free, then read six books of their choice during the summer, collecting rewards along the way.
All over the UK, libraries are celebrating 100 years of the world's favourite storyteller, Roald Dahl. The Big Friendly Read, the Tesco Bank Summer Reading Challenge 2016, is your child's chance to join in those celebrations.
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