Welcome to the Whats On Guide to West Lothian

West Lothian is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, and one of its historic counties. The county, which was also known as Linlithgowshire, was bounded by the Avon to the west and the Almond to the east. The modern council area occupies a smaller area, with areas in the west transferred to Falkirk and areas in the east transferred to Edinburgh following local government reforms in the late 20th century.

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Jan
6
Sat
Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Whitburn Road
Jan 6 @ 10:00 am – Dec 29 @ 4:00 pm

Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Jan
13
Sat
Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Whitburn Road
Jan 13 2018 @ 10:00 am – Jan 5 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Jan
15
Mon
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 15 – Mar 23 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
16
Tue
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 16 – Mar 24 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
17
Wed
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 17 – Mar 26 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
18
Thu
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 18 – Mar 27 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
19
Fri
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 19 – Mar 28 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
20
Sat
Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Whitburn Road
Jan 20 2018 @ 10:00 am – Jan 12 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Jan
22
Mon
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 22 – Mar 31 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
23
Tue
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 23 – Apr 1 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
24
Wed
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 24 – Apr 2 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Jan 24 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Jan
25
Thu
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 25 – Apr 3 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
26
Fri
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 26 – Apr 4 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – Dec 28 @ 4:00 pm

(Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Jan
27
Sat
Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Jan 27 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Whitburn Road
Jan 27 2018 @ 10:00 am – Jan 19 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Jan
29
Mon
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 29 – Apr 7 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
30
Tue
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 30 – Apr 8 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Jan
31
Wed
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Jan 31 – Apr 9 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Jan 31 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Feb
1
Thu
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Feb 1 – Apr 10 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Feb
2
Fri
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Feb 2 – Apr 11 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale
Feb 2 2018 @ 10:00 am – Jan 4 2019 @ 4:00 pm

(Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Feb
3
Sat
Bathgate Market & Car Boot @ Whitburn Road
Feb 3 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

Bathgate Market & Car Boot Sale @ Whitburn Road
Feb 3 2018 @ 10:00 am – Jan 26 2019 @ 4:00 pm

Pitches only) Wednesday 10am – 3pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 4pm.

Bathgate Market first opened in 1974 on Fridays, then in 1995 the Saturday Market opened then later the Wednesday in 1998 and has continued 52 weeks throughout the year ever since. Although the market operates three separate days, it is very popular within the local community as each day is different from the other.

The market is located adjecent to the busy Town Centre on Whitburn Road, Bathgate, West Lothian. (sat nav – EH48 1HE), (Please do not send any correspondence to this address). easy access to and from the M8 motorway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Junction 4 or 3A depending from which direction you are travelling.

The site is all hard standing with vans on, toilet and traders water are available on site. Free car parking available adjacent to the market. Some storage is available for those wishing to trade all three days, a small charge is levied.

A Promotional rent is given to “New Goods” traders, if traders wish to work all three days, for example trading from Friday, Saturday and Wednesday being half rent.

We do not restrict the numbers of any lines of goods.

To obtain a trading position simply turn up, as early as possible, to the market site and join that days casual queue.  Empty pitches will be allocated by the market superintendent on duty on a first come, first served basis. Our staff will be on site at least 3 hours prior to the opening hours of the market. The cost of pitches vary therefore you are advised to contact our office for up-to-date information on such. Spook Erection advertise 52 weeks a year.

Bathgate is situated on the lower slopes of the Bathgate and Torphichen Hills and is the second largest settlement in West Lothian with a population of 16, 000. This figure is set to increase by 50% in the next ten years because of a new housing developments.
Close by is the new town of Livingston, which continues to grow.
(IMPORTANT INFORMATION) If you wish to trade on the market with childrens rides, inflatables etc prior to trading you must contact our office and provide an up-to-date Public Liability Certificate. Subject to space availability.

Feb
5
Mon
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Feb 5 – Apr 14 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.

Feb
6
Tue
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Feb 6 – Apr 15 all-day
Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea @ Almond Valley Heritage Centre | Scotland | United Kingdom

Teddy Bears Picnic and Afternoon Tea at Almond Valley
15th January – Friday 23rd March

It might be cold and miserable outside, but in the Teddy Bear Woods, the weather is always warm and cosy. On weekday afternoons during January, February and March bring along your favourite teddy bear, doll, or any other soft toy, for a special woodland picnic in the tearoom at Almond Valley. Here there are games, camping adventures, and many interesting things to explore.
Once the fun is done and the soft toys get sleepy, it’s time to tip-toe next door and indulge in a delicious afternoon tea. There’s a delightful array of sandwiches, savouries and temping cakes for the grown-ups, while the pre-schoolers get their very own tiered platter of dainty tasty nibbles.
Afternoon tea costs £9.95 for Adults and £4.95 for children and must be booked in advance on 01506 414957. If you book afternoon tea you can enjoy free admission to the farm.