arts, community

Group’s ambitions for sculpture to bring art lovers to Queensferry

A NEW public art sculpture – celebrating Queensferry’s famous bridges – could soon have a new home overlooking the Firth of Forth. Business group Queensferry Ambition has just gained planning consent from the City of Edinburgh Council to site “The Guardian of the Bridges” on McIver’s Brae, just off Edinburgh Road, at the eastern end… Continue reading Group’s ambitions for sculpture to bring art lovers to Queensferry

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The Empire strikes back … the Romans return to Falkirk district

  Falkirk District’s Roman festival is back – and it’s bigger than ever. The Big Roman Week kicks off on Saturday, September 17, with the largest programme to date. Walks, talks, family events and film shows have been organised to help people find out more about the Roman Antonine Wall, which ran from Bo’ness right… Continue reading The Empire strikes back … the Romans return to Falkirk district

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Fancy volunteering? Make Friends over a cuppa

A charity is launching a search for new volunteers. The Friends of Kinneil will stage a drop-in day at Kinneil Museum in Bo’ness this Saturday afternoon (June 6, 2015). The group is even offering free cake and coffee to encourage people to come forward. The campaign is being launched during national Volunteers Week, which aims… Continue reading Fancy volunteering? Make Friends over a cuppa