Ladywood Leisure Centre
Ladywood Leisure Centre is a community managed facility in Penicuik. It is run as a social enterprise by the Penicuik Community Sport and Leisure Foundation. Their mission is to be a resource for the people in and around Penicuik, offering social, recreational, educational and training opportunities with a view to healthy living and responsible citizenship as well as supporting local businesses and enterprises.
Link Living help people to manage the challenges of everyday life, to take advantage of opportunities and to be in control. To do this they focus on the individual's needs.
LINKnet Mentoring Ltd is a voluntary sector mentoring project established to serve minority ethnic people living in Edinburgh, the Lothians, Scottish Borders and Fife.
LASC Childcare Services Ltd (formerly the Loanhead After School Club)
LASC offer a high quality, affordable Community Nursery, Holiday Club, Teen Club and Before and After School care facility for children attending Loanhead, Paradykes, St.Margaret’s, Roslin and Bilston primary schools.
Loanhead Children's Gala Day
Loanhead Community Learning Association (The Kabin)
Loanhead Miners Club
The Loanhead Miners Club continues to be a major social and community hub for the town, and a wide variety of events are run from there.
Loanhead Music Festival
Loanhead Organic Garden (LOG)
Sited in the grounds of the Kabin.
Lothian Cat Rescue
Lothian Centre for Inclusive Living (LCiL)
A user-controlled organisation which supports disabled people to live independently...
Lothian Community Transport Service (LCTS)
LCTS is an independent charity established to provide high-quality, accessible and affordable passenger transport services to not-for-profit organisations in Edinburgh, Midlothian & West Lothian.
Lothiansound Talking Newspaper is a weekly audio recording of news and events run entirely by volunteers and supplied free of charge to hundreds of listeners. To listeners who are registered blind or partially sighted, even the postage is free, thanks to the Post Ofofice "Articles for the Blind" arrangement.
If you would like to refer a new listener, volunteer or donate, please contact:
Phone: 0131 661 2850 (answer machine)
Lothians Veterans' Centre, The
(formerly The Mark Wright Project)
The Lothians Veterans' Centre actively supports our ex-Service men, women & their families in addressing the invisible wounds of war and easing ex-Service men & women’s transition into civilian life.