A festival nearly 2,000 years in the making

A festival nearly 2,000 years in the making

The festival that’s been nearly two thousand years in the making is back this September The annual Big Roman Week kicks off across Falkirk district on Saturday, September 17 – with organisers promising a bumper programme for all the family. Walks, talks, film shows, and activities for children have all been organised to help people discover … Continue reading

Join our Italian Night at the Corbie Inn!

Join our Italian Night at the Corbie Inn!

As part of Big Roman Week 2016, the Corbie Inn at Corbiehall in Bo’ness is hosting an Italian Night on Thursday, September 22. The menu for the evening will be published here soon. The meal will be followed by a talk from Dr Lyn Wilson of the Scottish Ten project. Tickets, priced £17.50, will be … Continue reading

Supporting Doors Open Days in 2016

Supporting Doors Open Days in 2016

This year’s Big Roman Week is supporting the national Doors Open Days festival across Scotland. One property near the Antonine Wall – Kinneil House in Bo’ness – is open on Saturday 17 September 2016 for you to see inside. Check out our events page for details. You’ll also find full details on Kinneil House open days at http://www.kinneil.org.uk Continue reading

Great events for children

Great events for children

Big Roman Week 2016 will offer some great events for children. Look out for fun activities in local libraries and museums. You’ll get all the events (including walks – which children will also like) on our main events page.

Come along to great Roman talks

Come along to great Roman talks

Illustrated talks are taking place during Big Roman Week. You’ll find the full listings for ALL the events during Big Roman Week on our main events page. Queries? Call 01506 823714 or 01506 510629

Big Roman Week 2015 comes to a close

Big Roman Week 2015 comes to a close

The festival that aims to raise awareness of the Romans in central Scotland comes to a close this weekend. Big Roman Week 2015 ends in style with food demonstrations, fun for children, and a walk to some of the best sites along the Roman Antonine Wall. The festival’s joint-co-ordinator Maria Ford, from The Friends of … Continue reading