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The 3rd Annual Festival Of Christmas Trees is taking place this weekend at St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow, right next to the Palace. The theme this year is 'Around the World' and features Christmas trees decorated inspired by countries of the public's choice. There will also be refreshments including a warming mulled wine and or hot chocolate from the “Hot...
Linlithgow has come 4th in a nationwide poll to find Scotland's Most Beautiful High Street. Having received 14% of nearly 5,000 votes cast, Linlithgow only just missed out to Milngavie in East Dunbartonshire for third place, which scored 15%. Kirkwall came in first followed by its island town neighbour, Lerwick. The national competition for Scotland’s Most Beautiful High Street is run...
Linlithgow Palace, the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, and Blackness Castle, the 15th century fortress overlooking the Firth of Forth, are among over 30 top Historic Scotland attractions taking part over the St Andrew’s Day weekend. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) have thousands of free tickets to give away to some of the country’s best-loved historic abbeys, palaces, castles and...