Focus Groups. Surveys. Events. How you can get involved.

A List of Events and Surveys where you can have your say about the Future of Bo'ness

Get involved in the future of Bo'ness. Whether all you want to do is fill in a survey online (lots of those just now) or to give up a morning or an hour or so to come to an event. Loads to choose from. All have been publicised through normal channels (email groups from Falkirk Council, Falkirk Community Trust, Bo'net, and Facebook groups etc. But it is easy to lose track. Hope this page helps.



Great to have some events in Bo'ness Library. All free to attend
*Friday May 4th -  REMINISCENCE AFTERNOON 1:00 -3:00pm [All about Bo'ness]
*Wednesday May 9th - ANCESTRY WORKSHOP 10:30 -11:30am 
*Friday May 11th - Robert Jardine [Information regarding the names on the Bo'ness
*Tuesday May 15th - L Bruce Keith, author of 'Bridgescapes' 2:00-3:00pm
*Thursday May 17th - SRPS Talk 'Railways in WW1' 2:30 - 3:30pm
Remember these events are all free. Book your place at the Library or phone Bo'ness Library  - 01506 778520. It is important that you book for the first two as they are limited numbers the rest are not. Hope to see you all there.



Coalfields. Inspiring local people to create a new vision for Bo'ness & Blackness Saturday 3rd March

Coalfield & Bo'net event which will be held in Bo'ness Town Hall on Saturday 3rd of March from 10:00am- 1:00pm, [open at 9:30 for tea/coffee and biscuits] this includes refreshments, free raffle prizes and completing the day with a light lunch.  

We want the people of Bo'ness & Blackness to come along and tell us what YOU would like for your group and  for Bo'ness & Blackness in general. Here is your chance to voice your thoughts and discuss your aspirations. Please book a place or places for your group, Individuals too, you don't need to be representing a group or charity. 

The charity wants good representation from people across Bo’ness and Blackness and is working with the respected Electoral Reform Society to deliver the engagement event. You’ll find full details at You can also jump straight to a sign-up form here:

Coalfields has a pot of £20,000.00 to put towards your views/aspirations at the end of the two sessions. It is important that your group attends to help to DECIDE what projects will go ahead and be funded. We are also working on expanding that pot of money.

Rediscovering the Antonine Wall.

Online survey (no closing date specified so get in quick)

Romans Charge. Be More Roman. We Salute You

Charging at Big Roman Week

There is a pot of money to spend in Bo'ness on Roman themed activities. We do have a Bridgeness Slab and others will be erected along the Antonine Wall from Bo'ness to Old Kilpatrick in the west. This project takes in 5 Districts with Falkirk Council having a third of the wall in our district. 

The Friends of Kinneil are fighting very hard for improved play areas in Kinneil. The current play area has had a welcome but minor upgrade. We are hoping for more. Please lend a hand by giving up half an hour or so of your time. Other Roman themed ideas are welcome. 

Please fill out this survey. Note, there are places to add comments throughout but no final "any other comments" section. Something to keep in mind if you've got something to add.  




East locality: Your place, your views by Falkirk Council. A Survey.

EDITOR Note. The corresponding event was in the Town Hall. Only 4 members of the community turned up. But it was really constructive and the team running the event learned a lot about our town and its needs. But please click the link below to fill out the survey.

We are carrying out a consultation to find out what residents in the Bo'ness, Blackness, Grangemouth and Upper Braes areas think and feel about the place they live.This is an important aspect of the locality planning process across the East of the area. You are invited to rate 14 things about your community such as public transport, play and recreation, safety and housing and community.

This consultation will be open to sometime in February 2018. If the link works then you should be good. 

We will use this information to identify future areas for improvement including how and where we deliver services to better meet the needs of the community.