Edinburgh Airport Trial Route - Complaints
Due to public comment and demand Broxburn Community Council have created an easy to use on-line complaint form for residents in the area to use to submit a specific aircraft complaint to Edinburgh Airport. The information in the form will be automatically transmitted to Edinburgh Airport on your behalf, Edinburgh Airport should then log the complaint and respond directly to you.
You can access this form here:- www.broxburncc.org.uk/airport-form.htm
Airspace Trial at Edinburgh Airport
If you've been wondering why there's been an increase in aircraft noise in the area recently it's due to a new westerly take off route being trialled at Edinburgh Airport. You can read more about this trial at a web site created by the airport at the following location http://sid.edinburghairport.com which you can visit by clicking here.
Should you have specific noise complaints or believe that an aircraft isn’t following the correct procedure then Edinburgh airport operates a dedicated noise enquiry line 24/7 which can be called on 0800 731 3397. All callers will be asked to leave their name and contact information, along with details of the date and time of any disturbance. All calls are recorded and complaints investigated. Callers will be provided with either an answer to their enquiry or will be told how long they can expect to wait for a full response. It is advised that if you experience more than one event of concern you should call this number each time to report.
If you do make a complaint and you do not get a timely response or you feel the response does not resolve your specific complaint then you can contact one of your local councillors, elected MP or MSP and ask them to look into the matter further on your behalf.
There is also an online petition at www.change.org to stop the trial which can be accessed by clicking here.
Strathbrock Parish Church - Annual Craft Fair
Strathbrock Parish Church are holding their Annual Craft Fair on Saturday 3rd October from 10.30am to 3.30pm in Strathbrock Church Hall, Uphall.
The Fair has been very popular with both local crafts people and those from further afield, with over 38 tables having been booked. There is a wide variety of crafts and stallholders; selling unique handcrafted gifts and products. Some stallholders are returning, but there are a lot of new stallholders coming to the area for the first time with some new and unusual crafts.
A coffee bar will be open all day offering filled rolls, home baking and refreshments. Entry to the Fair is free, so why not start your Christmas shopping early or enjoy an afternoon out with friends!!
Uphall Primary 50th Birthday Celebrations
This year at Uphall Primary we are celebrating our 50th birthday.
We are looking for any memorabilia, including photographs, uniforms etc, from the past 50 years and any memories from former pupils. We are also looking for some willing volunteers to be interviewed by the current pupils about life at Uphall Primary over the decades.
If you are able to help could you please call or email us at the details below:
- Telephone:01506 852516
Item's can be handed in to the school office.
Many thanks for your support
Mrs L Creaney
Easter Craft Café
Strathbrock Parish Church are holding their Easter Craft Café on Saturday 7th March from 10am to 1pm in Strathbrock Church Hall, Uphall.
There will be over 25 stalls offering a high quality handcrafted items, including: ceramics, knitwear, jewellery, cards, patchwork and woodturning. There is a wide variety of crafts and stallholders with representation from local Craft Associations. Some stallholders are returning, but there are a lot of new stallholders coming to the area for the first time with some new and unusual crafts.
The cafe will be open all morning offering home baking and refreshments. Entry to the event is free.
For up-to date information on stallholders, find them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StrathbrockCraftFairs?ref=hl