Craigsfarm Community Development Project

Craigsfarm Community Development Project (CFCDP) works to promote the social, physical and economic wellbeing of the Craigshill community in Livingston.

CFCDP was originally established in 1967 to deliver services and projects on behalf of the local community.

40 years later, CFCDP is now host to more than 12 local organisations delivering a regular programme of community services; youth clubs and activities for all sections of the local community.

Craigsfarm was brought under community control in 2016 after a successful asset transfer from West Lothian Council.

The new and improved Craigsfarm has been informed by consultation with the local community; has better accessibility, a larger and brighter café space, dedicated counselling space and large multifunctional area which can be used for a variety of purposes.

Local organisations deliver a regular programme of community services from Craigsfarm – youth clubs and activities for young people, counselling services, music, dance, fitness and health improvement classes, and even support for those affected by still birth or neonatal death.

A range of services and community projects are also delivered from Craigsfarm, using indoor and outdoor space and provide opportunities for people to try something new, learn a new skill, meet new people and also volunteer their time.

Some of the activities include:

  • Dance classes for babies and toddlers
  • Gentle yoga
  • Google Garage digital workshops
  • Sobriety cafés
  • Health and wellbeing days
  • Money advice workshops
  • Muay Thai boxing
  • Bingo nights
  • Children’s film club


For more information, contact:

Craigsfarm Community Hub
Maree Walk
EH54 5BP

Telephone: 01506 894639