Enjoy a great free family fun day at Kinneil Estate in Bo'ness - with plenty of fun for all the family.
The event is being held on Sunday 26th August when Falkirk Community Trust - with the support of Falkirk Council - has organised a Roman-themed event for the annual Kinneil Heritage Day.
The Roman re-enactment group The Antonine Guard will be on hand to entertain the crowds. Youngsters are also being urged to dress up as Romans for the chance to win a prize.
The fun day kicks off at 12.30 pm and runs until 4.30pm.
It coincides with a free open afternoon at historic Kinneil House (open from noon to 4 p.m; last admission 3.30 pm) The house - the centrepiece of Kinneil Estate - boasts some of the best renaissance wall paintings in Scotland.
Councillor Adrian Mahoney, the convener of leisure, tourism and community at Falkirk Council, said: "This is the 14th annual Kinneil event and I hope it will be a great success. There's lots of offer for all the family. Best of all, admission to the park event - and Kinneil House - is completely free."
The Roman theme ties in with the Estate's Roman links. The line of the Antonine Wall - Rome's northern frontier - runs through the Estate. There are even the remains of a Roman fortlet to visit.
Roman artefacts are also on show in Kinneil Museum, which will be open during Sunday's event.
Organisers are also promising:
* displays from Alba Falconry and their birds of prey;
* archery from the Falkirk Company of Archers;
* face-painting for youngsters;
* on-site storytelling from local librarians;
* a charity market;
* inflatable fun;
* a climbing wall; and
* craft workshops.
A Community Trust spokesperson said: "Wander round the Roman encampment and watch as they do battle - then have a stroll around the grounds of this magnificent historic estate and mansion house setting.
Come along and enjoy a family day out with free activities and entertainment at this year's Kinneil event."