facts about Lothian - Lothian forms a traditional region of Scotland,
lying between the southern shore of the Firth of Forth and the Lammermuir
Hills. In Lothian there is Edinburgh City, West Lothian, Mid Lothian and
East Lothian. The principal settlement in Lothian is the Scottish
capital, Edinburgh. Towns include Livingston, Linlithgow, Bathgate and
Historically, the term Lothian is used for a province encompassing the
present area plus the Scottish Borders region. The name is related to the
legendary British King Loth or Lot. In the 7th century it came under the
control of the northern part of the Angle Kingdom of Northumbria for a
time, but Anglian grip on Lothian was quickly weakened following the
battle of Nechtansmere in which they were defeated by the Picts.
Lothian's distinction from Northumbria is indicated in the survival of
its original Brythonic Celtic name, used even by English Chroniclers. In
1018 CE Lothian was annexed by the Kingdom of Scotland.
Subsequent Scottish history saw Lothian subdivided into the shires of
West Lothian, Midlothian and East Lothian — leading to the phrase "the
Lothians". These were also known by the names of "Linlithgowshire", "Edinburghshire"
- Bathgate Dalkeith Dunbar Edinburgh Haddington Linlithgow Loanhead
Musselburgh North Berwick Penicuik
Independent Forever Business Owner
address: Forever Living Products, Longbridge Manor, Longbridge,
Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 6RB, United Kingdom
It is illegal for a promoter or a participant in a trading scheme to persuade anyone to make a payment by promising benefits from getting others to join a scheme. Do not get misled by claims that high earnings are easily achieved.
Forever is a member of the Direct Selling Association.