Linlithgow Burgh Trust

Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow


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.


DoocoteLearmonth 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


What's Coming Next

Annual General Meeting

Saturday 16th November @ 7:30pm
St Peter's Church

The Linlithgow Burgh Trust AGM will be followed by a Members' Social.

Winter Talks

Tuesday 19th November @ 7:30pm
The Scottish Lime Centre Trust
Adam Room, Cross House

The first of this year's Winter Talks will be given by Stacey Rowntree, the Building Surveyor for the Scottish Lime Centre Trust, who will talk about the work of the Trust.

Tuesday 3rd December @ 7:30pm
Costal Erosion & Archaeology
Adam Room, Cross House

The second of the Winter Talks will be given by archaeologist Ellie Graham of St Andrew's University (recently seen on Alice Robert's BBC2 Historic Towns programme on Stirling, Channel 4's Britain at Low Tide and BBC Scotland's Scotland from the Sky) who will talk about the work of SCAPE (Scottish Costal Archaeology and the Problem of Erosion).