The third perambulation of the Linlithgow Marches was another success for the town this week.
Starting at 7pm at march stone one at St Ninian’s Craigmailen Church the ‘Perambulation’ is about four miles long and follows the town’s 1832 ‘parliamentary’ boundary as closely as possible.
Complementary to traditional Marches events, the walk was led by the Provost, members of the Deacon’s Court and the town crier.
The walk passes seven of the eight marches stones and takes in some of the best sights Linlithgow has to offer including, Linlithgow Loch, the Peel and Linlithgow Palace. A big crowd turned out to walk the route as Linlithgow’s biggest day of the year draws closer.
Visit www.linlithgow.com/perambulation_trail.htm for more information.