• Broxburn Oil Works

    Broxburn Oil Works

  • West Main Street, Uphall

    West Main Street, Uphall

  • Almondell House

    Almondell House

  • Millers Bridge, Uphall

    Millers Bridge, Uphall

  • The Viaduct, Broxburn

    The Viaduct, Broxburn

  • The Gates, Main Street, Uphall

    The Gates, Main Street, Uphall

  • Viaduct, Broxburn

    Viaduct, Broxburn

  • Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

    Looking East along Main Street, Uphall

  • Main Street, Broxburn

    Main Street, Broxburn

  • Ecclesmachan Road, Uphall

    Ecclesmachan Road, Uphall

  • Almondell Bridge

    Almondell Bridge

  • Main Street, Uphall

    Main Street, Uphall

  • Greendykes Road, Broxburn

    Greendykes Road, Broxburn

  • St Nicholas Church, Uphall

    St Nicholas Church, Uphall

  • Main Street, Broxburn

    Main Street, Broxburn

  • Middleton Hall, Uphall

    Middleton Hall, Uphall

  • Station Road, Broxburn

    Station Road, Broxburn

  • Staff of Uphall Public School

    Staff of Uphall Public School

  • West End, Broxburn

    West End, Broxburn

  • Gala Day at Uphall Public School

    Gala Day at Uphall Public School

  • Station Road, Broxburn

    Station Road, Broxburn

  • Uphall Gala Day Parade - July 1926

    Uphall Gala Day Parade - July 1926

  • Broxburn Academy

    Broxburn Academy

  • Old Mill, Uphall

    Old Mill, Uphall

  • Goschen Place, Broxburn

    Goschen Place, Broxburn

  • Tram on Main Street, Uphall

    Tram on Main Street, Uphall

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Uphall Cemetery Burials

Records of Uphall Cemetery Burials (from when it opened in 1893 until 1975) are available to search by visiting https://burials.broxburnanduphall.com


Shale Trail

A project by the Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust, the Shale Trail will be a 16 mile route linking Winchburgh and West Calder which will tell the story of the oil shale industry in West Lothian.

The existing Brox Burn Path forms part of the route. Over the coming weeks, works will be undertaken to upgrade sections of the paths as follows:

  • week commencing 20th July:  from Middleton Road to the Iron Bridge / Westhall Gardens steps
  • week commencing 27th July:  from Holmes Park to Middleton Road - plus a new circular path in the field off Middleton Road / bounding Burnside

For more information about the Shale Trail, please visit:  http://www.elgt.org.uk/projects/walking-cycling/shale-trail/.  If you have any queries, please email project manager, Heath Brown, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Virtual Ecclesmachan - Rights of Way & Paths

The Virtual Ecclesmachan website has wonderful information about local rights of way and paths - link is http://ecclesmachan.org.uk/pp/index2.htm.  To view their leaflet about the Ecclesmachan, Threemiletown and Uphall Countryside Path Improvement Project, please click here or on the image below which shows part of the leaflet.

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Proposed ALDI Store in Broxburn

ALDI propose to build a new store off Greendykes Road in Broxburn and they hope to submit a planning application to West Lothian Council over the coming months. In advance of this, they are hosting an online public consultation to provide further information, canvass the views of the community and answer questions.

The project website is now live and they will be holding a live online consultation between 5pm and 7pm on Wednesday 10th June.  The website is accessible via www.aldiconsultation.co.uk/broxburn.

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Uphall Gala Day 2020 - Cancelled

Due to circumstances outwith their control, the Uphall Childrens Gala Day Committee have made the decision to cancel the Uphall Gala Day which was due to be held in August 2020.

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Broxburn Gala Day 2020 - Cancelled

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Broxburn Gala Day Committee have made the decision to cancel the Broxburn Gala Day which was due to be held in late August 2020.

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