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West Lothian Council pays tribute to Nelson Mandela Books of condolence available for members of the public to sign at several locations
Iain is the council's Craft Apprentice of the Year 2013 Apprentice Joiner Iain Todd has picked up the top accolade as West Lothian Council's Craft Apprentice of the Year 2013. During his apprenticeship Iain attended West Lothian College.
Pinewood consultation Families of children affected by the current additional special needs (ASN) consultation are being encouraged to look carefully at the proposals.