Livingston is a large, important town in the county of West Lothian, Scotland. Situated fifteen miles west of Edinburgh, it has a population of more than 50,000.
Almond Valley Heritage Trust is a popular attraction and cultural landmark in Livingston. Featuring a working watermill, a museum and a petting zoo, the emphasis is on learning about the areas agricultural heritage through play and activities. Geared toward children, Almond Valley Heritage Trust also has train and tractor rides, another nod to the region’s farming history.
Almondell and Calderwood country park is another key cultural area in Livingston. With more than 220 acres of green space, it is the largest country park in the area and draws a diverse crowd to its myriad trails, riverside picnic areas and visitor centre. Flower enthusiasts from across the region come here to enjoy the local wildflowers when they bloom in spring and summer.
Throughout the area, from Livingston village to Calder, Floom’s Livingston flower delivery covers every part of town.