Other large towns in the county include Bathgate (a town with medieval origins that developed extensively during the industrial revolution) and the historic mining settlements of Armadale, Whitburn, Uphall and Broxburn. [2] The eastern and southern rocks are the oldest, specifically devonian sandstones and volcanic rocks in the Pentland Hills. West Lothian sports personalities include Dario Franchitti (from Whitburn, four-time Indy Car series champion, and three-time winner of the Indianapolis 500), Paul di Resta (from Uphall, DTM race driver for Mercedes-Benz, and the cousin of Dario Franchitti), and Peter 'Snakebite' Wright (born in Livingston, PDC World darts champion). All of the following areas were historically in Midlothian: Linlithgow Palace in Linlithgow, seen from Cockleroy Hill. [44], There are several large scale wind farms in West Lothian, predominantly in the south-west of the county, used to produce electricity across the region, including Pates Hill wind farm, Harburnhead wind farm, and Black Law wind farm. Population. The West Lothian Sports Council represents a variety of sports clubs and organisations in West Lothian. The two-tier system was abolished by the Local Government etc. West Lothian has no airport or airfields in current operation. [54] One prominent example is the Almond Valley Viaduct built by railway engineer John Miller to carry the Glasgow–Edinburgh via Falkirk line and completed in 1842. Edinburgh Castle is built on top of an extinct volcano: 3. 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The first known reference to a sheriff of Linlithgow occurs in a charter dating from the reign of his successor Malcolm IV. West Lothian also has a higher death rate. Livingston (Scots: Leivinstoun, Scottish Gaelic: Baile Laobhainn) is the largest town in West Lothian, Scotland.Designated in 1962, it is the fourth post-war new town to be built in Scotland. Actors, musicians and entertainers include Susan Boyle (from Blackburn, a singer who achieved fame on the TV series Britain's Got Talent),[72][73] Lewis Capaldi (a singer/songwriter from Whitburn and Bathgate), Ian Colquhoun (from Livingston, author and actor), Leon Jackson (from Whitburn, winner of The X Factor in 2007) and David Tennant (from Bathgate, actor). There are remains of hillforts on Cockleroy, Peace Knowe, Bowden, Cairnpapple, and Binns Hills. [3] The middle of the county contains a large field of shale oil running south to north (underneath the settlements of Broxburn, Livingston and West Calder), then sedimentary and basalt rocks supplying silica sand. Le West Lothian est également représenté au Parlement écossais par trois élus. services. Westlothiana ("animal from West Lothian") is a genus of reptile-like tetrapod that lived about 338 million years ago during the latest part of the Visean age of the Carboniferous. who relocated to Livingston in 1995 to the Almondvale Stadium, represent the county. WEST LOTHIAN is recording just a bit over half the Scottish average ... for the seven-day positive rate of Covid-19 per 100,000 population. On 14 January, there was one recorded Covid-related death in West Lothian. [14], Hopetoun House is a large country house and estate near South Queensferry that was built between 1699 and 1701, and was designed by Sir William Bruce. We are working to correct this. Deux élus représentent le West Lothian au parlement de Westminster (Michael Connarty et Jim Devine). This was carried out extensively in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the region, in a process developed by the chemist James Young.[4][5]. The population development of the localities in West Lothian. The area rises from lowlands in the north to the Pentland Hills in the southeast, while the southwest is moorland. 1834-45) offers uniquely rich an… Le parti en place dans cette circonscription est le Parti travailliste. [36][37][38], The Linlithgow Museum is a volunteer-run local history museum in Linlithgow. Significant towns not included in the modern county are the coastal burghs of Bo'ness and Queensferry and the town of Kirkliston. [2] Most of the bedrock surface area is underlaid by Carboniferous sedimentary rocks running in strips from north to south, with a variety of glacial deposits. [39][40] The museum is housed in the Linlithgow Partnership Centre, along with the West Lothian Family History Society and library. Members of the genus bore a superficial resemblance to modern-day lizards. 5,404,700. Tuesday 7.15pm - 9.00pm for boys and girls aged 10 - 14yrs. [45] While historically, mining and shale oil production were key employers in the region, as of 2014 they only accounted for 0.7% of persons employed in West Lothian. Councillors are generally elected every five years, with the next election falling in summer 2022. [27] Other public hospitals include Tippethill House Hospital a community hospital in Armadale and St Michael's Hospital, a community hospital in Linlithgow. Although the population of East Lothian is relatively small it is forecast to grow by 23.3% between 2012 and 2037. Contents: Localities. [54], Many of the railways in West Lothian use significant viaducts to cross rivers, ravines and other difficult terrain. It opened in 1989 and is housed used in two former derelict cottages donated by the Bennie family to the local community in 1980. The geology of West Lothian is typical for the Midland valley area geological of Scotland. The small island of Inchgarvie near the Forth Bridge lies within the historic borders of the county. Le West Lothian était autrefois un comté d’Écosse et était parfois appelé du nom anglais de Linlithgowshire, tiré du nom de la ville principale. The Lothian region was split into four districts: East, Mid and West Lothian, and the City of Edinburgh. 391. aged 16-64 yrs. The overall population of West Lothian is increasing year on year. The type specimen was discovered in the East Kirkton Limestone at the East Kirkton Quarry in 1984. The historic county of West Lothian or of Linlithgowshire contained six burghs: Armadale, Bathgate, Bo'ness, Linlithgow, Queensferry, and Whitburn. It is now a visitor attraction in the care of Historic Environment Scotland. [15] Midhope Castle is a 16th-century tower house on the Hopetoun estate that was used as a location in the Outlander TV series on Starz as the main character, Jamie Fraser's family home called Lallybroch (Broch Tuarach). [60][61][62] While West Lothian has no university, further and adult education facilities are provided at West Lothian College based in Livingston. The seven-day positive rate of Covid-19 per 100,000 population also dropped significantly, from 156.2 to 144.2. [50][51], The main trunk roads in West Lothian are:[52][53]. Population Estimate 1981-06-30 Population Estimate 1991-06-30 Population Estimate 2001-06-30 Population Estimate 2011-06-30 Population Estimate 2019-06-30; West Lothian: Council Area: 139,204: 145,040: 159,030: 175,300: 183,100: Great Britain and Northern Ireland: United Kingdom: 56,357,500: 57,438,700: 59,113,000: 63,285,145: 66,796,807 Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city and has been since way back in 1437, when it replaced Scone: 2. Five Fascinating Facts: 1. Taking its name from the village of Livingston in West Lothian, it was originally developed in the then-counties of Midlothian and West Lothian. [49][44] The combined retail spaces of central Livingston form the largest indoor shopping location in Scotland and the 10th largest in the UK. [46][47] Glenmorangie, the whisky distillers have offices and a bottling facility in Livingston that was opened in 2011. [44] In 2014, West Lothian Council reported that the five largest employment sectors in the council area were healthcare, construction, retail, manufacturing, and business administration and support West Lothian Council is the local authority for the West Lothian area of Scotland and has 33 elected members. [30] The hospital started closing in the 1990s and closed completely in 2004 after the remaining services were transferred to St John's Hospital. The Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973 abolished the counties, burghs, and districts, instead creating a system of regions and districts. The prevalence of autism in the 0-15 age group is 2.0%. The distillery opened in 2010 and can produce 25 million litres annually and has 29 ageing warehouses (cellars) across 75 hectares at the distillery to allow for the maturation of over 600,000 barrels. Members of the genus bore a superficial resemblance to modern-day lizards. Le West Lothian (Lodainn an Iar en gaélique) est une des 32 council areas de l’Écosse et une région de lieutenance. However, they remain the lowest in the Lothian healthboard area. West Cairn Hill is the highest peak and Current County Top (CoU) at 562 m (1,844 ft). The area was anciently inhabited by Britons of the tribe known as the Votadini or Gododdin. Lothian Regional Council formally took over responsibility from the old county councils in May 1975. 3 75, 146%. D’une superficie de 427 km², le West Lothian est la 20e division administrative par sa taille, et la 10e par sa population. [45] The ten largest private employers in West Lothian are Sky UK, Tesco, Mitsubishi Electric, IQVIA (formerly Quintiles/Q2 Solutions), Asda, Morrisons, Johnson & Johnson, Schuh, Jabil and Shin-Etsu Europe. Torphichen Preceptory is a 12th century church in the village of Torphichen. Lothian, also called Lyonnesse, a primitive province of Scotland lying between the Rivers Tweed and Forth. West Lothian has dozens of professional and local level football teams playing across a variety of leagues (tiers) in the Scottish football league system. Located in Lothian on the shore of the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh has an estimated population of 489,000, which makes it the second most populous city in Scotland and the 7th in the United Kingdom. Deans is a small community within the town of Livingston in West Lothian, Scotland. Population: 858,000 (approx.) Answer: West Lothian, United Kingdom (Administrative unit: Scotland) - last known population is ≈ 177 200 (year 2014).This was 0.275% of total United Kingdom population.If population growth rate would be same as in period 2011-2014 (+0.35%/year), West Lothian population in 2020 would be: 180 909*. The main hospital for West Lothian is St John's Hospital in Livingston. The old county town was the royal burgh of Linlithgow, but the largest town (and the second largest town in the Lothian region after Edinburgh) is now Livingston. Several railway routes run through West Lothian. The Scottish average is 222.5 The 7-day positivity test rate in the county also fell, from 8.3 per cent to 7.9 per cent. Figures from industry and academia include John Fleming (from Bathgate, a naturalist, zoologist and geologist), Sir Charles Wyville Thompson (from Linlithgow, a natural historian and marine zoologist), and James Young Simpson (an obstetrician and significant figure in the history of medicine). It comprises the remains of the preceptory (headquarters) of the Knights Hospitaller of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in Scotland. Au VIIe siècle, il devient la partie nord du royaume saxon de Northumbria. The interior was completed by his sons John Adam and Robert Adam. The western border was formed first by the Drumtassie Burn and then by the Avon. Notable residents of West Lothian include monarchs and political figures including Mary Queen of Scots (born at Linlithgow Palace), King James the Fifth (born at Linlithgow Palace), Robin Cook (the Member of Parliament for Livingston from 1983 to 2005), Alex Salmond (from Linlithgow, the former First Minister of Scotland), and Sir Tom Dalyell (the Member of Parliament for Linlithgow from 1962 to 2005). In most instances the Profile focuses upon the trend over time and the comparison between East Lothian and Scotland as a whole. [64], Scotland's Rural College (SRUC) has a campus in Livingston at Oatridge, near Ecclesmachan providing courses on subjects such as agriculture, veterinary medicine, conservation, horticulture, and landscaping. The highest growth in the population of East Lothian is anticipated to be among the The county was radically changed by the Industrial Revolution, (from about 1760 to sometime between 1820 and 1840) with the opening of deep-pit iron, coal, and shale oil mines, as well as foundries and brickworks. UPHALL, a parish, in the county of Linlithgow; including the villages of Broxburn and Uphall, 12 miles (W. by S.) from Edinburgh. Cairnpapple Hill is a scheduled ancient monument and hill with a dominating position in central lowland Scotland with extensive views. The current council composition is: West Lothian is represented in the Scottish Parliament by two constituency members and seven regional members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs). The church, part of which has the appearance of great antiquity, is a plain structure containing 500 sittings. [63] The college has sports facilities, a library, a training restaurant for hospitality students, and a salon/spa. [65], West Lothian has 14 public libraries. West Lothian lies on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth and is predominantly rural, though there were extensive coal, iron, and shale oil mining operations in the 19th and 20th centuries. Bass Rock, a tiny island off the coast of East Lothian, is home to the world’s largest colony of northern gannets: 4. [66] A local and regional history library which includes items on the history of West Lothian and Linlithgowshire is located in Linlithgow.[66]. West Lothian has 11 secondary schools, 12 special schools, 67 primary schools, and 60 nurseries. Son nom provient du semi-légendaire roi breton Loth ou Lot. This place, originally called Strathbrock, signifying "the valley of brocks or badgers," appears to have derived its modern name from the erection of the present parish church at a spot designated Uphall. The Romans withdrew roughly two centuries later, and the area was left to the Britons until the arrival of Anglo-Saxons in the fifth and sixth centuries, who brought Lothian under the rule of the Kingdom of Northumbria. Large parts of the southern urban area of Livingston, which were historically within Midlothian, were however transferred to West Lothian. Le parti en place dans cette circonscription est le Parti travailliste. Between 2010 and 2035 the overall population is forecast to increase by 19%, however the change in population of pensionable age is anticipated to be 52% and for those aged . West Lothian compares unfavourably with the rest of Scotland as a whole, with 669 cases versus 644 per 100,000 population. [58] While the village of Kirknewtown is inside West Lothian, the nearby RAF Kirknewton airfield lies inside the boundary of Edinburgh. Number of people known to have autism. West Lothian (Scots: Wast Lowden; Scottish Gaelic: Lodainn an Iar) is one of the 32 council areas of Scotland, and one of its historic counties. [2] The exception is the Bathgate Hills, which are composed of volcanic rocks to the north of Bathgate and around Linlithgow. Mais au VIIIe siècle les clans pictes la revendiquèrent en profitant de l'affaiblissement de la Northumbrie. This clearly demonstrates an aging population, placing pressure on specific areas of the housing market. It gained East Calder and West Calder districts from Midlothian. The partnership centre was set to provide a healthcare centre, community space and other local amenities to the growing population of the village. It did however gain areas from Midlothian. [3] Other rock types include oil shale, sandstone, dolerite. miles (310 km2), making it the third smallest of Scotland's 33 counties and smaller than the modern council area. Scotland was split into sheriffdoms, what would later become counties, in the reign of David I. City Size and Population Density. West Lothian continues to sit well below the national average for Covid-19 infections. West Lothian hotels: low rates, no booking fees, no cancellation fees. [63] The college provides educational services to over 8,000 students a year and has 350 staff. Its border with Midlothian was formed by the Briech Water, from its source until it reached the Almond, and it then followed the Almond to the Firth of Forth (except by Livingston, where Midlothian intruded about a mile past the Almond to include the hamlets of Howden, Craigshill, and Pumpherston). East Lothian is the 21st largest area out of Scotland’s 32 local authorities in terms of population. Booking.com, being established in 1996, is longtime Europe’s leader in online hotel reservations. Deans is situated in the northern part of Livingston, The western area of Deans was formerly known as Livingston Station, as it is the location of former oil works and a railway station. 17. aged 65+ yrs. Historic houses in West Lothian include Linlithgow Palace, a ruined palace that was one of the principal residences of the monarchs of Scotland in the 15th and 16th centuries and is the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots. This is lower than the 143 cases and seven-day positive rate per 100,000 people of 133.5 recorded yesterday (Tuesday). [70] Cricket is played at a local level at sites such as Boghall Cricket Club Ground in Linlithgow. Question: What is the population of West Lothian? It provides an analysis of a range of issues that affect the quality of life of people living in East Lothian. [14] The house is the historic home of the Binn family whose owners included Sir Thomas Dalyell a Scottish Royalist general in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and Sir Tam Dalyell, a member of the House of Commons from 1962 to 2005. The hospital has a dedicated Accident and Emergency department with 550 beds and opened in 1989. Deux élus représentent le West Lothian au parlement de Westminster (Michael Connarty et Jim Devine). [48], West Lothian has several shopping centres, the largest of which are located in Livingston, including 'The Centre' (comprising more than 1,000,000 square foot of retail space) and Livingston Designer Outlet (the largest outlet mall in Scotland). Media related to West Lothian at Wikimedia Commons, Settlements in both historic and modern West Lothian, Settlements historically in West Lothian but since transferred elsewhere, Settlements in modern West Lothian but which were not historically part of the county, Local Government etc. East Lothian by Numbers provides a statistical overview of East Lothian. [21][22][23], Blawhorn Moss is a raised bog located near Blackridge that has been a national nature reserve since 1980 and is the largest and least disturbed raised bog in the Lothians.[24]. The modern council area occupies a larger 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. Areas outside the burghs were administered as districts, of which there were also six: Borrowstounness, Linlithgow, Queensferry, Torphichen & Bathgate, Uphall, and Whitburn & Livingston. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub. In later centuries the region was regularly overrun by Gaelic-speaking Scots, and it became permanently part of the Kingdom of Scotland in the 11th century. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 4 octobre 2020 à 21:48. The county was also split into twelve parishes; these were not used for administrative purposes after 1929. [16][17], Bonnington House is a 19th-century country house near Wilkieston that is a category A listed building. They contain data on population, births, deaths, life expectancy, migration, marriages, civil partnerships, households and dwellings. These created distinctive red spoil heaps (locally known as "bings") throughout the council area. [67][68] In the Lowland Football League other West Lothian Clubs play, including Blackburn United F.C., Broxburn Athletic F.C., and Linlithgow Rose F.C.. West Lothian has numerous junior football clubs, some of whom, such as Bathgate Thistle F.C. Armadale (Scots: Airmadale, Scottish Gaelic: Armadal) is a town within the district of West Lothian in central Scotland.Armadale, formerly known as Barbauchlaw, is an ex-mining town which was also known for its brick manufacturing.It is named after Armadale in Sutherland, this estate being owned by Sir William Honeyman who later acquired the land of Barbauchlaw. The type specimen was discovered in the East Kirkton Limestone at the East Kirkton Quarry in 1984.[6][7]. [45] The two largest public sector employers in the county are West Lothian Council and NHS Scotland. In East Lothian, five places are now listed as areas of concern, all with seven-day positive rates between 200 and 399. The county, which was historically known as Linlithgowshire,[1] was bounded geographically by the Avon to the west and the Almond to the east. In pre-industrial times West Lothian was almost entirely agricultural. Loi de gouvernement local de l'Écosse de 1994, loi de gouvernement local de l'Écosse de 1889, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=West_Lothian&oldid=175293989, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. By 83 AD, southern Scotland had been conquered by Romans, who built a road from their fort at Cramond to the eastern end of the Antonine Wall, as well as forts in West Lothian (of which Castle Greg is a known example). In the Scottish Premiership, Livingston F.C. (Scotland) Act 1994, and the district of West Lothian was made into a unitary council area named West Lothian Council. West Lothian was extensively settled in prehistoric times, and several ancient burial sites have been uncovered, such as at Cairnpapple Hill. The bings produced by the mining industry, 19 of which still stand in West Lothian, were at first considered blights, but now are thought of as monuments to Scotland's industrial past, and a representation of one appears on the council's coat of arms. The name, of Welsh origin but uncertain meaning, is retained in the names of the modern Scottish council areas of East and West Lothian and Midlothian and the historic region of Lothian. By comparison, Edinburgh’s seven-day positive rate per 100,000 people is sitting at 201.7, Midlothian’s at 157.9 and West Lothian’s at 152.9; all are also a decrease compared to the figures announced yesterday. Many of the houses built for the expanding population were shoddy, necessitating the building of thousands of council houses in the latter part of the 20th century, especially at Livingston, which had historically been a minor village. Other principal A roads in West Lothian include the A71 road (which passes through the south of the county connecting settlements including Livingston, Polbeth, West Calder and Breich), the A899 and A705 in Livingston, and the A801 road which runs from east of Polmont to Whitburn. Hannah Bardell represents the Livingston constituency,[9] Martyn Day represents the Linlithgow and East Falkirk (UK Parliament constituency). [59] The nearest airport in operation to West Lothian is Edinburgh Airport. In the whole population of West Lothian, 0.6% of people are known to have autism. West Lothian Population size is 175,118 Explore data . D’une superficie de 427 km², le West Lothian est la 20 division administrative par sa taille, et la 10 par sa population. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le West Lothian est également représenté au Parlement écossais par trois élus. [42][43], West Lothian has a diverse economy and as of 2020 had approximately 4,500 businesses providing almost 72,000 jobs in the area. [33], The Museum of the Scottish Shale Oil Industry was created in 1990, to preserve the history of the shale industry in West Lothian and beyond. [41], Military Museum Scotland is a military history museum in Wilkieston that covers Scottish military history from the First World War to the present day. Public healthcare in West Lothian is administered by NHS Lothian within NHS Scotland. [32] The centre is located within the estate of Linburn House, a country house which was demolished in 1955. (whose ground is at Creamery Park) play in the Scottish Junior Football Association. [8], In the Parliament of the United Kingdom West Lothian is represented by two members of Parliament. [20], There are several public country parks in West Lothian, including Beecraigs Country Park (a 370 hectare park between Bathgate and Linlithgow with forests, a visitor centre and a loch), Polkemmet Country Park (a 68 hectare park near Whitburn with woodlands, river walks and outdoor facilities), and Almondell and Calderwood Country Park along the Almond river valley near Mid Calder. 701. aged 0-15 yrs. Many people who have lived in The house was then hugely extended from 1721 by William Adam until his death in 1748, being one of his most notable projects. For a time West Lothian became a constabulary, but it seems to have been made a sheriffdom again during the reign of James III. [69] Other sports teams in West Lothian include Linlithgow RFC, a Scottish Rugby Union club who play in East Regional League Division One, and the Edinburgh Monarchs, a Scottish Speedway team, based in Armadale who compete in the SGB Championship. 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