IN THE NEWS

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TOWN CENTRE FUNDING 2022-2023

Place Based Investment Programme 2022-2023 - Town Centre Funding

This year the groups within the community met once again to decide on the projects to be taken forward. We applied for two projects and West Lothian Council have awarded the following within our community.

Both village schools will each receive £1,565 to create an outdoor reading area to foster a love of reading in an open and natural space.

Stoneyburn Junior Football Club, will receive £9,040 to replace their current dugouts for the new season.

A small amount of money has also been awarded to Mood to create a garden area beside the community centre – more information will be available from Mood directly. Click the link to read more on the Juniors new dugouts.

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SCOTTISH CHILDREN'S LOTTERY FUNDING

Funding received from the Children's Lottery went to support our Summer Amgios Programme.

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SCOTTISH CHILDREN'S LOTTERY RETAIL PROMOTION

Thank you to One Stop Stoneyburn and Scottish Children's Lottery we gratefully received a donation of £500 from the recent National Children’s Day Retail Promotion. This greatly supported our summer Amigos club.

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FOOTBALL CLUB WILL SUPPORT MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH IN COMMUNITY

Stoneyburn Juniors will work with Stoneyburn and Bents Future Vision Group to run eight-week programme.

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WEST LOTHIAN CHARITY GETS CASH BOOST

The group has been awarded a grant to help its work in promoting community development.

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STONEYBURN SCHOOL CHILDREN TAKE TO THE STREETS TO CLEAN UP THEIR COMMUNITY

Pupils from Stoneyburn Primary and Our Lady's Primary took part in the Bents Tidy Up and Garden Day event organised by the Stoneyburn and Bents Future Vision Group

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BRUNCH CLUB GIVES COMMUNITY FOOD FOR THOUGHT DURING LOCKDOWN

Funding from Banks Community Group supporting the Bruch Club and wider initiatives in the Breich Valley during Covid-19.

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FUN RUN SUCCESS AS 145 PEOPLE PARTICIPATE IN FIRST YEAR OF EVENT

Stoneyburn and Bents Future Vision staged their first ever Fulshie Fun Run

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BIG HEARTED COLLEGE STAFF DIG DEEP TO HELP LOCAL FOOTBALL TEAM

Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) employees have been involved in a regeneration scheme at Stoneyburn Football Ground.