Telling the Inner Forth Story
Telling the Inner Forth Story is a far-reaching project that aims to help people reconnect with the very special but sometimes overlooked historic, cultural and natural landscape of the Inner Forth. Working with local people and communities, and using a range of interpretation methods, including arts projects, interactive web-based materials, an app, displays and boards, beacons and markers throughout the IFLI area, the project aims to ensure that the Inner Forth landscape is recognised by everyone as an important and intrinsic part of Scotland's natural and historic heritage.
As part of this project IFLI held a series of open public meetings across the Inner Forth area to share ideas and plans for the interpretation beacons and markers, taking place in Bo'ness, Culross and Fallin in October and November of 2016.
Work is well underway on this project. Construction of the beacons and markers is due to be complete by July 2018. To find out more about the project, and find the locations of the beacons and markers, you can download a special booklet here. Keep an eye on this page for updates, as we are planning a series of celebratory events once the hubs and markers are in place!