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Weather disrupts schools for second day in Bo'ness

Bad weather conditions mean that Bo'ness schools will be closed again on St Andrews Day, Tuesday 30th November

Bo'ness has not been immune to the severity of weather effecting the whole of Scotland with freezing conditions keeping schools in Bo'ness closed for a second day in a row.

Schools in the Falkirk Council area will remain closed tomorrow and other facilities may also be affected.

Keep up-to-date

Check www.falkirk.gov.uk  and www.twitter.com/falkirkcouncil for updates on gritting and helplines. (this is updated every day.)

Latest info is also being broadcast on Central FM.

For a five-day forecast for the Bo'ness area - courtesy of the MET office - visit http://bonessweather.blogspot..com

The Scottish Government also has useful advice on its website http://goo.gl/b0rFJ

The snow's likely to be around for the next week or so, with temperatures plunging even further later this week.

Not keeping everyone indoors!

However, there is always a silver lining, and the heavy fall of snow gives the opportunity for getting out and enjoying some winter activities.

This St Andrews Day morning saw a local resident making the most of it all as they were seen skiing along the foreshore towards Grangemouth.

Stay safe - and take care but take advantage of the opportunity of a bit of pleasure too!

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