The largest town in West Lothian is home to The Centre, one of the UK’s premier shopping centres, featuring a host of well-known high street brands and eateries. The town also benefits from Scotland’s largest outlet mall, Livingston Designer Outlet, that’s home to numerous luxury brand labels, an 8 screen Vue Cinema and Paradise Adventure Golf.
Food shopping is excellent with Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons all on offer and fitness fanatics can make good use of PureGym and Xcite Gym. For football fans, Livingston Football Club offers Premiership games and weekly coaching sessions for youngsters and adults. Culture vultures can enjoy Howden Park Centre, a stunning building with a 296 seater auditorium at its heart, a gallery, art studio, pottery, with several multi-function rooms for hire as well as a stylish bar and bistro. The venue offers a continuous programme of professional arts performances, community performances, exhibitions, classes and events.
This traditional Scottish town just 4 miles west of Bangour Village Estate offers a diverse range of well-known and independent retailers, an enticing choice of cafés and restaurants and a cinema. Here you’ll also find an excellent Xcite sports centre featuring a state of the art gym, swimming pool and beautiful 9 hole golf course.
A mere stroll from Bangour Village Estate lies the tranquil village of Dechmont, home to a primary school, Post Office/ general store and a coffee shop.
This friendly club located only minutes drive from Bangour Village Estate was the venue for the Scottish PGA Championship in 2020. In addition to the picturesque golf course, played over undulating parkland, other leisure facilities include a gym, swimming pool, sauna and steam room along with ten pin bowling.
With a strong focus on the development of junior players, Uphall Golf Club lies within walking distance of Bangour Village Estate welcomes both new members and visitors alike.
Established in 1892 Bathgate Golf Club has an illustrious history, having produced two Ryder Cup captains and players in Eric Brown and Bernard Gallagher and a third Ryder Cup player in Stephen Gallagher. Whether joining or visiting for the day here’s your opportunity to emulate these outstanding Scottish golfers.
Saddle up and polish your equestrian skills just a few minutes drive away at Uphall where Houston Farm Riding School offers lessons for adults and children of all ages and abilities.
Anglers can cast a fly for hard fighting rainbow and blue trout at this attractive fishery that was originally built in 1902 as a water supply for Bangour Village Hospital.
For the green-fingered amongst us, all that’s required is to turn left as you exit Bangour Village Estate onto the A89 and within a few minutes drive you’ve arrived at Dobbies Garden Centre where you’ll find everything you need to keep your garden looking spic and span.
While Bangour Village Estate will feature cycle paths, literally on the doorstep, those wishing to pedal further afield can take advantage of National Cycle Routes 75 and 754 that can be accessed close by at Uphall and Broxburn respectively.