(l-r) William Morrison, Linlithgow Heritage Trust; Ellie Hair, Eeek! Escape Rooms; Anne Daly and Emma Chalmers, Mary’s Meanders, with the newly restored Mary, Queen of Scots statue and cupcakes by Truly Scrumptious
(l-r) William Morrison, Chair of the Linlithgow Heritage Trust; Neil Christison, VisitScotland Regional Director; Emma Chalmers, Visit West Lothian board director; Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, with the newly restored Mary, Queen of Scots statue, set to be displayed in the new Linlithgow museum which opens in the spring.
Ed Shoote, Shirley Robertson agus Graeme Ambrose aig Co-labhairt Turasachd na Gàidhealtachd ann an Inbhir Nis, aig am b’ e turasachd dàna-thurasach/air a’ bhlàr a-muigh tè de na tèaman.
The nave of Dunfermline Abbey which features in the Netflix film, Outlaw King.
The tower of the Abbey Church of Dunfermline, which contains Robert the Bruce’s tomb.
Ballater’s VisitScotland iCentre is the venue for a festive Shop Local ‘Meet the Maker’ event later this week.