Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow


 Ramp Wild Flower Planting  Star And Garter Planters Serpentine Bed


Volunteers Required Awards  How You Can Help Burgh Beautiful Donate to BB or Sponsor Planting
 Clarendon Base  


Event Coming Up ....

Come along to view a unique garden in Linlithgow and support Burgh Beautiful and Mary’s Meals with afternoon tea included, Sunday 18th June from 2pm till 4.30pm at Jock’s Hill, Philip Avenue.


  Garden Open Day at Jocks Hill on Sunday 18th June 2pm to 4.30pm 



Hit Squad

From time to time volunteers are required to help out around the town to either help other volunteers who need a bit of extra help, or to target new areas. Dates and locations will be posted here and all you have to do is turn up with your gloves;  tools if you have them; and enthusiasm.

The next hit squad will be -

None planned in the immediate future


4th West Lothian Scout Group

The 4th West Lothian Scout Group, based at the MacKinnon Hall in Linlithgow Bridge, have been helping out their local community recently.



The Scouts helped Burgh Beautiful to fill the second set of hanging baskets with compost ready for planting up for the summer display.


 Scouts hard at work  Filling baskets with compost  Having fun helping out
 Teamwork to fill the baskets  Lots of activity  The Scout team



The Beavers helped to pick up litter at Linlithgow Leisure Centre.

The litter picking Beavers and helpers


 Beavers in the trees picking up litter Beavers cooperating to get the place tidy   Beaver being shown some rubbish to pick up


A big "Thank You" to all of the Scouts and Beavers for their help and also to the additional helpers who came along on the day. The town will benefit hugely from both of these actvities.


Keep Scotland Beautiful

Burgh Beautiful is going for Gold in 2017 in the "Keep Scotland Beautiful" - Beautiful Scotland competition 


Gavin Stewart 3 Small Hanging Baskets inFull Bloom Linlithgow Cross 


Sponsored Town Planter Daffodils by the Loch Pansies at the Health Centre


   These photographs are some lovely images of the town taken by Gavin Stewart in Linlithgow late afternoon on March 16th