PERAMBULATION OF THE MARCHES

An Annual Walk round Linlithgow's 1832 Parliamentary Boundary

Wednesday, 12th June 2019

The 2019 event will be held on Wednesday 12th June, starting at 7:00pm from outside
Saint Ninian's Craigmailen Church at the West Port.

 

The Perambulation will be headed up by the Provost of the Deacons' Court, supported by flagbearers, halberdiers and the town piper, who will play at each of the march stones.
 

Those taking part should meet on the pavement outside the church and will proceed on a conducted tour of Linlithgow's 1832 Parliamentary boundary.
 

There will be a short refreshment stop at Linlithgow Canal Centre (LUCS are providing refreshments, payment by donation) and the Linlithgow Reed Band will be playing.
 

The walk then proceeds up Manse Road, passing the site of the Carmelite Friary, one of the original boundary marker stones and the Fountainhead of Palace Well before greeting the Linlithgow and Linlithgow Bridge Childrens' Gala Day Queen in Rosemount Park, moving on to Preston Road and returning to the West Port, where refreshments will be available in the West Port Hotel.
 

Those completing the perambulation will receive a certificate.