Posted on: 12/09/2016
Dates: 17/09/2016 to 25/09/2016
Image copyright: Friends of Kinneil
The annual Big Roman Week kicks off across Falkirk district on Saturday, September 17th, with organisers promising a bumper programme for all the family.Walks, talks, film shows, and activities for children have all been organised to help people discover their “Roman roots” and appreciate local history.
This year there will be a free conference in the Bo’ness Hippodrome on Sunday September 18th. Speakers will talk about new interpretation across the Roman wall in Scotland, the fort at Bearsden and the John Muir Way which crosses the central belt. To book a place click here
Maria Ford from The Friends of Kinneil charity in Bo’ness which founded the event said: “The festival has become a regular fixture in the local calendar and hopefully it continues to be popular with local people and visitors for many years to come.“We’re really grateful to Falkirk Community Trust, which has organised many of the events for the Week, as well as Falkirk Council for supporting the Festival.“Although the festival was born in Bo’ness, we’ve always been keen to involve people right across the district.”
For further information on the programme, look at the website: www.bigromanweek.org.uk
If you’re on Twitter, look out for updates @Kinneil and @BigRomanWeek