charities, featured, tourism

New push to attract tourists to Bo’ness and Blackness

A NEW push to attract tourists to Bo’ness got underway this week. Bo’net – which represents dozens of groups in the town - updated and republished its free map and guide to attractions in the area. Copies will be available from local libraries and other outlets in the district. Falkirk Council part-funded the 5,000 colour… Continue reading New push to attract tourists to Bo’ness and Blackness

construction, leisure, Ogilvie, tourism

Ogilvie helps Sheraton with its Grand designs

A MULTI-MILLION pound refurbishment programme has started at one of Edinburgh's leading hotels. The five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa, in the west end of the city centre, is undergoing a complete re-design of all its bedrooms and suites, increasing the overall number of rooms to 268 - as well as developing an opulent Grand… Continue reading Ogilvie helps Sheraton with its Grand designs

small business, tourism

Free event for Forth Valley tourism businesses

TOURISM businesses in Forth Valley are being invited to a free networking evening to hear details about a new promotional campaign for the area. Forth Valley Tourism Partnership – which brings together public bodies and the private sector – is hosting the event in the newly refurbished Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro Hotel on Thursday,… Continue reading Free event for Forth Valley tourism businesses

charities, heritage, promotions, tourism

Romans and pirates in Bo’ness this weekend

ROMANS and pirates are heading to Bo’ness in central Scotland this weekend . . . to help celebrate the town’s amazing history. On Saturday (Sept 19), members of the Antonine Guard Roman re-enactment group will be in town centre to mark the high point of the “The Big Roman Week” - a mini-festival to mark… Continue reading Romans and pirates in Bo’ness this weekend