|Scottish Gaelic: Deagh Mhonadh|
Humpbacked Bridge, Dechmont
Dechmont shown within West Lothian
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|Council area||West Lothian|
|Lieutenancy area||West Lothian|
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Dechmont (Gaelic: Deagh Mhonadh) is a small village located near Uphall, West Lothian in Scotland. Bangour Village Hospital is located to the west of Dechmont. It has an approximate population of 989 people. Its postal code is EH52. There was said to be an alien encounter in 1979 in the nearby Dechmont Woods.
The village has a small infant/primary school providing learning for pre-school through to primary three pupils. In 2012 the school roll was thirteen which consisted of five primary one pupils; four primary two pupils and four primary three pupils as well as sixteen pre-school infants
The village was the birthplace of Ross Walker.
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