Craigsfarm Community Development Project
Craigsfarm Community Hub is a flexible space for everyone, where we can host an even bigger variety of activities and help support the social, economic and physical wellbeing of our local community.
About Craigsfarm Community Development Project
||Maree Walk Craigshill, Livingston EH54 5BP
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Craigsfarm Community Hub is run by a small charity called Craigsfarm Community Development Project (CFCDP). We have been committed to supporting the local community on the same site in Craigshill, Livingston for over 45 years!
Known originally as Craigsfarm Campus, our site was home to some the oldest buildings in Livingston. Here, projects were run by the community, for the community and supported by West Lothian Council. Over the years a lot of love has gone into Craigsfarm and hundreds of people have benefited.
In 2016 the premises were transferred from the local council into community ownership, one of the first transfers in Scotland under the new Community Empowerment Act. However, the old buildings were expensive to run and not accessible to everyone.
With the generous support of West Lothian Council, the Big Lottery and other funders, in Spring 2018 we opened the new Craigsfarm Community Hub. A brand new flexible space for everyone, where we can host an even bigger variety of activities, welcome people for a cuppa or a bite to eat in our cafe, and help support the social, economic and physical wellbeing of our local community.
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