Situated 2 miles (3 km) south of the ancient Neolithic burial site at Cairnpapple Hill, Bathgate and the surrounding area show signs of habitation since about 3500 BC.
Advisers to King James VI of Scotland became aware of the mine and in April 1608 repossessed the land for the crown.
The original 12th-century construction was absorbed by a later build in 1739 when a new church was erected on the same site. This simple whitewashed edifice served the community until its last service on 9 April 1882.
King Malcolm IV makes reference to the original church in a charter, granting it to the monks of Holyrood Abbey.
is a town in West Lothian, Scotland, on the M8 motorway 5 miles (8 km) west of Livingston.
Nearby towns are Armadale, Blackburn, Linlithgow, Livingston, West Calder and Whitburn.
We've seen cases where a very famous actor plays an impossibly small part in a movie, either as themselves or as a character.