Friday, January 24, 2020
Bo'ness Journal Bo'ness Library Exhibition on Bo'ness Children's Fair Festival Drop in and see what has been done and you maybe have a story they will be interested in. https://www.linlithgowgazette.co.uk/news/people/exhibition-on-bo-ness-fair-now-open-to-the-public-1-5068314
  Well Bo’ness you should be incredibly proud. You donated an amazing £1415.42 at the gates to Santa’s House. That’s almost double the amount you gave last year. Policy Services Limited have agreed to match the amount donated taking the grand total...
We are pleased to confirm that Santa will be appearing in our front window at 75 Grahamsdyke Road, again this year. He should be there from 4:00 pm through to 8:00 pm from Saturday 21st to Christmas Eve inclusive. The team...
The time has come for the Annual Christmas Party Night which was a sell out months ago. A highly popular night outrun by the Bo'ness Fair Fundraising Committee which raises funds to keep the major event going. This has become an...
Tonight our fundraising ladies were fortunate enough to be presented with a cheque from our local Spar for £1000. Celebrating their 100th birthday, Spar have made donations up and down the country giving something back into each community. Pictured...
Three members were presented with long service diplomas and they have clocked up around 70+ years between them. Queen Kennedi Mann presented the diplomas at Bo'ness Library L/R Linda Clyne, Len Ainslie, Fiona Burns, and Queen Kennedi
Queen Kennedi and her Chief Lady Sylvie are very smart as they have been attending events throughout the town. Her Christmas Message will appear once it has been finalised later this week.
Everyone is invited to attend the annual Salvation Army Christmas Carols Concert. Bo'ness Town Hall Tuesday 3rd December 7 pm Admission is free.  An offering will be taken in aid of Bo'ness Hospital. Guest include British Champions Unison Kinneil Band, Deanburn School Choir, Soloist...
Children's Christmas Party Has sold out
  Our beautiful Queen and the fundraising team today at the Christmas light switch on. We had 150 + kids visit Santa in his grotto we hope they enjoyed it as much as we did Thank you, everyone, for your...

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As most Bo'nessians will know, the town was once Scotland's second port ( and reported as such by the 17th century novelist and English...