Saturday, April 20, 2019
This week will herald the start of the Fair Week as the Kirking of the Queen which is normally held on Sunday but for the first time it will be held on a Friday during school hours at 1pm...
7th February Bo'ness Chemical Social Club Tickets coming soon
. This summer at the Royal Command Performance for the younger generation in us and the Douglas Park Revels for the even younger. This year a TOTALLY PINK TRIBUTE Act will be centre stage after the Procession. Performing Pinks Greatest Hits More details...
The final pre-event of the 2016 Bo'ness Children's Fair Festival is complete as the children from Grange Primary School hosted the annual Kirkin of the Queen Ceremony at Carriden Parish Church in Bo'ness. Check out the Facebook page for all...
"Dancing Through The Decades" Our @BonessFair theme will be ‘Dancing through the Decades’ in celebration of Mrs Downie’s 40+ years as a teacher at Kinneil ! #FairDay #Achievement
  The fundraising committee would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supported last weeks dinner dance and yesterday's afternoon tea, between the 2 we raised a fantastic £4,555 ❤. Both brilliant events and it's the supporters who make...
Each year we have a competition to enter your arch/frontage and the applications will be out soon.  They will be available from, The Baby Box, Happy Feet & Le Chic or you can enter online from today. Guide to applications:...
An excellent opportunity to view Fairs of yesteryear in the Hippodrome between 9-11th June, This is being brought to you by Falkirk Arts.
. Steedsy.com Golf Tournament 11th May 12 noon West Lothian Golf Club If you can play or wanting to take it up just drop a message to the website or Facebook page
The Kirking of the Queen will be televised live from St Mary's Church from 1pm  If you are attending you are advised to be seated for 12.45pm Courtesy www.sanctusmedia.com The direct link is www.sanctusmedia.com/fairday

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