Falkirk THI Final Fling!

To mark the end of 5 years of restoration work and heritage activities, join us for a free event in the town centre. On Friday 3rd August, 11am-4pm, we will be setting up stall at the producers market in front of the Steeple. Free building repair drop-in surgery. Architects will be on hand to give out…

11-17 Kirk Wynd & 2 Manor Street

11 – 17 Kirk Wynd & 2 Manor St is one of the ‘priority projects’ of the THI. The fourteen owners of this property agreed to apply for the grant which was available to carry out essential repairs to their property. The roof, which is the most inaccessible part of any building, was found to…

Tattie Kirk

Originally built as a church in 1806, this building’s unusual octagonal shape is unique to Falkirk, but not to Scotland. Similar churches can be found in Kelso and Dundee. A number of churches were built in this shape, but why? Some say it was so that there was ‘no corner for the Devil to hide…

44A Vicar Street

The shop unit at 44A Vicar Street was originally two shops but the properties have been joined at some point in the past. The modern shopfront which existed before the THI grant-aided works was not in keeping with the proportions of the original shopfronts or the building that it sat within. The signage area at…