Live or work in Bo'ness - or visit the area regularly? Share your views and help improve the area's coastline. The PR Store is working with the charity Sustrans, Falkirk Council and the Great Place Project (and partners) to highlight local history and make the area a better place to live. We'll be helping to… Continue reading Give your views on Bo’ness foreshore
Read the latest update from The PR Store here. It includes recent news, some festive freebies and seasonal good wishes . . . . We hope everyone has a good Christmas. Stay safe!
The PR Store has produced a series of pop-up banners to promote new audio guides for the Bo'ness area. The banners were commissioned by Bo'net - the Bo'ness Networking Group. To find out more about the new audio guides, read our story here. Or visit our audio guides page here. Illustration by Adobe Stock -… Continue reading New banners help promote audio guides
Free audio guides are helping people step back in time – and explore the amazing heritage of Bo’ness. Three local tours have been produced using the izi.TRAVEL app – which runs on Apple and Android mobile phones. Supporters hope the guides will help boost tourism and encourage more walking in the area. The audio trails… Continue reading Audio guides help people step back in time
A new audio guide helps visitors and locals explore the history of the foreshore area of Bo'ness - from Kinneil Nature Reserve to the beach area at Carriden. The tour largely follows the path of the John Muir Way in Bo'ness - with a few diversions to show off local highlights. The guide has been… Continue reading Explore the John Muir Way with new audio guide
Antiques shop Sea Kist in South Queensferry has a new website - designed by The PR Store. The new site is now live at http://www.seakist.co.uk The PR Store replaced an old HTML website with a new offering (running on a WordPress content management system). The new, mobile-friendly site delivers news, photos, shop history and contact… Continue reading New website for Sea Kist
So you want to organise a video call. But which service is best? And what’s available for free? Zoom is probably the best known of the video conferencing tools out there. It offers unlimited one-to-one meetings on its free plan. But for group chats – of three or more people – it has a time… Continue reading Blog: Video calling for free – who’s Zoomin’ who?
UNISON Kinneil Band has been honoured for its work in its hometown of Bo’ness. The Band has been awarded the McLaren Trophy for 2020. The award is presented annually by Bo’ness Community Council to honour a person or group for outstanding services to the local area. The award is named after the late John McLaren,… Continue reading Honour for UNISON Kinneil Band
History fans can now enjoy a free audio tour of Kinneil Estate in Bo'ness. The park is dominated by Kinneil House, an imposing mansion dating back to the 16th century. There is also a museum, a cottage workshop used by the inventor James Watt, and the remnants of a medieval church and Roman fortlet. Visitors… Continue reading Free audio tour for historic Kinneil Estate in Bo’ness
A marketing consultant has told how her battle with depression prompted her to write a book to help others. Katherine James has created “The Story of Hope”. Although a piece of fiction, it includes practical advice for anyone struggling with mental health problems. The new book is being released to coincide with this year’s Mental… Continue reading Katherine hopes new book will help people battling depression