Linlithgow Burgh Trust

Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow

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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.


Doocot in Learmonth GardensLearmonth Gardens


Linlithgow Civic Trust

Linlithgow Civic Trust

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.

churchLinlithgow's Historic Buildings


News/What's Coming Next

Annual General Meeting

The AGM will be held on Saturday 13 November, with a social event following on after the business meeting.

2020-21 Annual Report

Download the latest version of "The LOWDOWN" the Linlithgow Burgh Trust Newsletter. 

Beautiful Scotland 2021


Linlithgow won a Gold Medal in the Medium Town category, won the VisitScotland Award for Tourism and was joint winner of the Community Horticulture award.  ... massive thanks to everybody who helped, whether physically, administratively or financially.  Well done! You can download the Judges Portfolio and Appendixes.

Carmelite Friary Site Improvements

MSP Fiona Hyslop unveils the panel

The site of the Carmelite Friary, off Manse Road, has been greatly improved by Linlithgow Civic Trust.

Civic Insignia Project

The St Michael sculpture has been installed at the Low Port. Click Here for more details.  The  Civic Insignia book is now avaible for purchase. 

The Civic Insignia of Linlithgow

Coronavirus: Covid-19
Linlithgow Burgh Trust will continue to follow Government guidelines.