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The Yellow Teapot Club is a small registered Charity operating within West Lothian, in Scotland, dedicated to helping children with Special Needs

We are a club for children betwen 6 and 16 years with additional support needs or disability who live in Wst Lothian.
Yellow Teapot has two sections, a junior section and a senior section. The junior section consists of primary children and the senior section of secondary children.
The club meet on alterative Tuesdays at Uphall community centre
Each week there is a range of activities for children to participate in. This includes arts and crafts, baking and dancing along with many other things. The groups also go out to a wide variety of places such as ten pin bowling, swimming and horse riding.
There are three sessional staff who organise weekly activities and a number of volunteers attend each week to support the children and their activities.


NEWS - AGM 2012

We are holding our AGM on Tuesday 1st May 2012 at 7:00 pm at Uphall Community Centre - All Welcome!

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Can you help with sponsorship or a donation?

In the main we have to do all our own fundraising and every little helps in widening the range of activities we can offer.

If you can help see the To Donate page for more 


Our Annual Charity Night was a Race Night held on Friday 18th November 2011 at Pumpherston Bowling Club -A total sum of 643  was raised. "Thanks to All who help make this such a successful evening! "


Two teams from represented Whitburn Pool League were at the Scottish Team Championships in March at Craig Tara Holiday Park, Ayr. In the run up to the event players from both teams collected donations for local charity and chose " The Yellow Teapot Club". A presentation was held on Tuesday 21st June at Uphall Community Centre by members from the Pool Team, the photo is Diane Mctigue - Treasurer accepting the cheque for over 500 along with some of our Club Members".


In 2011 we again held a "Sambalistic" Drumming Session which always proves popular with our members.  

In November 2010 The Mid Calder Yoga Class generously donated the proceeds of their annual charity therapy evening to us. Pictured below are Diane and Clare with Linda Bibby, the class leader having just handed over the 215 raised. (Their website is

Mid Calder Yoga Class Charity Therapy evening 2010 presentation


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