Activities & Groups

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Activity Camps
PAC climbing trees

Pentland Activity Camps has had numerous successful seasons for kids of all ages...

Newlands Centre newlands centre

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Broomlee Centre

Broomlee Centre
Mark Campbell, Centre Manager

Angling
WL Angling Club

West Linton Angling Club

Bouncy Castles
WL Bouncy Castle Hire bouncy castles

West Linton Bouncy Castle Hire is an established business that has just celebrated its tenth year of running.

Bowling
Bowling Club Bowling Club

Situated alongside the Village Green and the River Lyne lies West Linton Bowling Club, which is open from April to late September for outdoor green bowling, and from October to March for indoor...

Curling
Curling Club

West Linton Curling Club has close to 40 Members, who mainly reside in the village or surrounding area. It is a very friendly club and welcomes participants of all ages.

Dogs
Peter Gregory Dog Training Peter Gregory Dog Training
Pet Dog a-JILL-ity training calsses

For a number of years, I have been running pet dog agility classes on Monday evenings at West Tarf, West Linton.

Football
Linton Hotspur
Golf
Ian Wright (PRO) ian wright
WL Golf Club
Rutherford Castle

Rutherford Castle Golf Course Ltd.

Horses
Karecole Stables Karecole Stables

Karecole Farm Stables

Pentland Hills Icelandics Pentland Hills Icelandics

We offer excellent livery facilities for those country loving riders with direct off road access to the Pentland Hills at Carlops.

Whitfield Farm Livery
Personal training
Helen Ryall helen ryall

Helen Ryall, Personal Trainer

Pilates
Purely Pilates Purely Pilates

Purely Pilates with Keeley Craigie at Blyth Bridge, West Linton

Rugby
WL Lions

West Linton Lions

Yoga
Hatha Yoga

West Linton Hatha Yoga

Iyengar Yoga Iyengar Yoga
Tennis
WL Tennis Club Tennis Club
Multi-sports
Champs champs
Community enterprise
Lamancha Hub Lamancha Hub

Rosa Cabello
Venue Organiser

Linton in Bloom

Linton in Bloom is a voluntary group that make West Linton look flowery and brighter by planting up the village tubs in Spring and Summer.

Community Council
Community Council

Community Councils were introduced through the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973.

Horticultural
Horticultural Society

The Society organises a number of activities in the course of the year.

Music
Pentland Concerts Pentland Concerts

The Music Society has been bringing the highest quality music to the West Linton area for over 60 years.  In April 2013, the Society ran a workshop to think about new ways that the Society could...

WL Pipe Band

West Linton & District Pipe Band exists to promote the art of Bag Pipe Playing and drumming to the communities of West Linton, surrounding communities and the...

Whipman
Whipman

Whipman is one of the older Border Festivals, having originated from the annual agricultural holiday and fayre in 1803, when "the men of Linton for the bettering of themselves and their children,...

Writers
Pentland Writers Pentland Writers

The Pentlands Writers Group was formed in 2000 by a number of people of varying levels of expertise in prose, poetry and playwriting and with the encouragement of author Stuart Delves and Writer...

Drama
LyneUp LyneUp

Welcome to LyneUp, the recently re-named West Linton Amateur Dramatic Society.

Church
St Andrews Church

We are happy to welcome you to our web site. Being a religious organization, we are always striving to find new ways to get our message out and to welcome new members.

Singing
Linton Singers

The choir is now beginning its 27th season, and is always keen to welcome new voices.

Languages
Speak Out! French speak out

10 week French courses for beginners and rusty learners to build confidence in speaking and understanding. Speak Out! At Lamancha Hub

Dance
Valda Hunter Dance dancer

The Valda Hunter School of Dance welcomes girl and boys of all ages ...

Gallery
Dancing Light Gallery dancing light

Dancing Light Gallery is an art gallery located at Whitmuir, Lamancha, West Linton, Scottish Borders.

Historical
Historical Association ancient graves

The name Linton is said to have derived from the Saxon 'Lin', meaning pools or water, in this case a river running through an undrained, marshy area, and 'ton' meaning a settlement or town