Linlithgow Burgh Trust
Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow is primarily involved in 'hands-on' work, creating and maintaining all the town's public floral displays - hanging baskets, beds and plant containers - carrying out tree planting and other environmental improvements, encouraging wildlife and enhancing the urban scene generally.
The Civic Trust aims to encourage the conservation of the town’s historic buildings and environment, and tries to ensure that new development is of good design, appropriate to the town’s character. We organise relevant visits and lectures and produce publications and merchandise that help to promote Linlithgow.
Linlithgow's Historic Buildings
What's Coming Next
Adam Room, Cross House
Tues 21 Jan @ 7:30pm
Scotland's Healing and Holy Wells
The third of the Winter Talks will be given by Dr Moses Jenkins of Historic Environment Scotland. His talk will be on Scotland's Healing and Holy Wells.
LCT Annual Lecture 2020
Queen Margaret Hall
Weds 12 Feb @7.15pm
Canal Mania in the 18th-21st Centuries
Geoff Bailey of the Falkirk Community Trust will give a talk on the history of the canal network in the Linlithgow/Falkirk area.