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Knightsridge

Knightsridge is an area within Livingston, Scotland to the north of the town. Not long after the start of the construction of Craigshill and Howden began, the construction of Knightsridge started in 1968 and finished in 1980. Most of the first residents were placed in Knightsridge, Craigshill, Howden and Ladywell. Knightsridge East is well known for being the roughest part of Livingston and local fights between groups KTOI (Knightsridge town of independance) and LYT (Ladywell young team) are rife. The heart of Knightsridge is the local pub, The Harvester.

Street names

The streets are named after surnames with the suffix Way i.e. Davidson Way, Barclay Way, Gordon Way, Robertson Way.

Facilities

Knightsridge a local pub, The Harvester and also a local community centre the Mosswood. The mosswood provides facilities such as dance classes and brownies/cubs/beavers.

Scouting in Knightsridge

Knightsridge is home to the 12th West Lothian Scout Group.

  • Scouts, 10.5yrs - 14yrs
  • Cubs, 8yrs - 10.5 yrs
  • Beavers, 5yrs - 8yrs

References


External links

  • http://www.livingstoni.co.uk/knightsridge.htm

Coordinates: 55°54′27″N 3°31′29″W / 55.90750°N 3.52472°W / 55.90750; -3.52472


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