Whitburn CDT

The website of Whitburn CDT

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Like Our Facebook Page for Updates and Information from WCDT in your Facebook timeline.

Please Like and share our facebook page, now available at; https://www.facebook.com/pages/Whitburn-and-District-Community-Development-Trust-WCDT/1473893802825692 We will be sharing information and promotions using this page. Like and share our page with family and friends so everyone can stay up to date with the latest events and services available from WCDT.

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Update on Services available at Whitburn CDT

Services available at Whitburn CDT A range of services are available FREE to all resident of the town at Whitburn Community Development Trust Office (61 West Main Street).  This includes a signposting service, IT Buddies, FREE internet access point for Job seekers, Money Advice Service and the Credit Union.  We also have a range of leaflets and can make referrals to

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Whitburn Volunteer Signposting Service

Whitburn Volunteer Signposting Service Have an issue but don’t know who to turn to? Come and speak to a volunteer at Whitburn Community Development Trust who can point you in the right direction.  From help with a money or debt issue, looking for information on energy efficiency or entitlement to energy related grants, help with filling in basic forms, general

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Free IT Buddy Support Available

IT Buddy Need help to get online? Don’t know how to switch the machine on?  Need to build some PC confidence?  Want to keep in touch via email? Need help with job searching e.g. Universal Job Match?  Need to complete a form online, would like to search the internet for information? Need an electronic CV or a CV updated?  No

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Rededication of Whitburn Cenotaph

On Friday 21 March 2014, a ceremony is being held to rededicate the newly refurbished cenotaph area and launch a new First World War project, which the pupils of Whitburn Academy are heavily involved in.  The day will link two soldiers from Whitburn whose name appear on the memorial, Lt Sir Gawaine Baillie, who we believe to be the first