In normal circumstances, meetings start at 7.30p.m. in Falkirk Trinity Church.   ALL WELCOME.

However, due to the current Covid-19 situation, it is unknown when Falkirk Local History Society will be able to meet in Falkirk Trinity Church as previously. 

It is hoped that this situation will alter and members will be notified by email.

Summer Walks

In the summer months, during June, July and August, usually there are at least three guided historical walks around local areas of interest.   Everyone is welcome and there is no charge. The 2020 programme had to be cancelled because of Covid-19 but when we make plans for guided walks again, those will be posted here when available. Below is a list of the walks we did in 2019:

Sun 23 June: 2019 (afternoon)Langlees, Abbotshaugh Bridge, Kerse Bridge and Charlotte Dundas TrailIan Scott & Geoff Bailey
Wed 10 July: 2019 (evening)AirthIan Scott & Geoff Bailey
Sun 21 July: 2019 (afternoon)Bannockburn House Tour (admittance £4)Entrance by advance booking only
Sun 18 Aug: 2019 (afternoon)Alva Estate and Ice House 

Annual Outing

On the weekend of 27/28 April 2019, we visited : Glamis Castle; Montrose Air Heritage Centre; Arbroath Abbey; Hospitalfield House & Mortuary; V&A Museum, Dundee

Here are some photographs from our trip:

On the weekend of 21/22 April 2018, we visited : Scottish Crannog  Centre ;  Ruthven Barracks; Cawdor Castle ; Brodie Castle

Here are some photographs from our trip: