It is easy to become cynical about what appear to be numerous new plans for the Antonine Wall especially with the dreaded phrase "five year plan". There is an inevitability to the way that these projects fade away. But councils appear to be getting serious this time. I posted at the beginning of March, for example, about the Antonine Wall app. There was an article in yesterday's Linlithgow Gazette:
New signs, better interpretation – and possibly a national trail along the Antonine Wall – are some of the ideas being proposed by a five-year action plan for the World Heritage Site.
Falkirk Council’s executive also gave the green light to building relationships with staff on Hadrian’s Wall and bidding to attract new external funding into the Scottish site, which dates back to 142AD.