Posted by: ed | March 18, 2015

Action plan to promote Scotland’s Roman Wall

1-kinneil-fortlet300dpirgbA local action plan to promote and enhance sites along the Roman Antonine Wall – including Kinneil Estate – has been supported by Falkirk Council.

New signs, better interpretation – and possibly a national trail along the Antonine Wall – are some of the ideas being proposed by a five-year action plan for the World Heritage Site, approved by councillors.

Falkirk Council’s Executive Committee also gave the green light to officers building better relationships with staff working on Hadrian’s Wall in England, and bidding to attract new external funding into the Scottish site, which dates back to 142AD.

The full story is on the Council website.

The local action plan is also online.

(Pictured: Kinneil Roman Fortlet, part of the Antonine Wall.)

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