Level 3 in West Lothian - What does it mean for you?
From Friday 11th December at 6pm, West Lothian moves in to Level 3 of Scotland's new Coronavirus restrictions. You can find a basic overview of what this means for your visit, with more details being available through the links below.
Hospitality (food and drink) venues can open until 1800, with last entry at 1700. However, alcohol cannot be served at any time.
Hotels and other accommodation will continue to be able to serve food to residents after this time. At this time, these should only be used for non essential purposes by locals and those who are not local can only use accommodation for work-related use
Attractions can remain open with protective measures in place
There should be no "non essential" travel into a Level 3 area ( essential travel includes journeys for work, education, shopping health, outdoor exercise, weddings and funerals, shared parenting, and transit).
Unfortunately, this means that if you are outside West Lothian at this time you cannot enter for a non essential reason.
We hope to be able to welcome you back as soon as we safely can do.
You can find more details of Tier 3 restrictions on the Scottish Government website here.