STONEYBURN TO FAULDHOUSE PATH
Following on from our community survey it was clear to see that the group had to pursue a path to Fauldhouse (not only for transport links, health care nut for general health and wellbeing also.
Our paths coordinator has been working alongside West Lothian Council, Councilor Muldoon, and Sustrans to complete this project.
The project has currently been costed and planned for. Decisions have still to be made on the crossing of the A706. Following this, further updates should be available by the end of this year.
We are currently exploring the potential of a community garden with Stoneyburn and Bents.
Our gardening volunteers are keen to share their skills and expertise and it would be great to be able to grow our own plants for our raised beds and planters.
This project is at the very early stages and progress will be updated ongoing.
FULSHIE PATH - PHASE 2
The Fulshie Path Phase one has now been completed. Currently the Group and working alongside West Lothian Council and Council Muldoon to secure the remaining path which would allow for the Fulshie Path to connect to the newly laid path at East Whitburn.
We will continue to update you with our progress.
Our Blether service provides a twice-weekly call for residents who are socially isolated or vulnerable. Our trained call handler provides a check-in and a chat.
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Thanks to the Town Centre Fund, Generation Arts have been working on a Walking trail through the village based on the Stoneyburn Stories Book that was created by various individuals, the Vision Group and the Community Council. The project had now been given planning permission and is on track for work to begin in the early Autumn.