IT’S back and it’s coming to a town near you. Well, as long as you live near Falkirk...

The National Roadshow is ready to resume its work of bringing you, our readers, closer to the only newspaper that supports independence for Scotland.

Our commitment is always to put our readers first, and that is why The National devised the touring roadshow which has seen thousands of people across the country turn out to find out about us.

If you can make it to Falkirk on the evening of Wednesday, February 20, please join The National’s editor Callum Baird and our columnist the Wee Ginger Dug, plus his human Paul Kavanagh, for an evening of lively debate and discussion about independence.

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You’ll also learn about how we produce this paper and the challenges we face in being the only part of the Scottish media that actively advocates the cause of independence.

We humans always accept that the Wee Ginger Dug will be the star of the show and yes, he is happy to pose for photographs. In fact he positively revels in the attention, so do bring your smartphones and selfie sticks on the evening.

The doors are open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start in Falkirk Golf Club, Carmuirs, 136 Stirling Road, Camelon, Falkirk.

Mark the date in your diary if you are in the Falkirk area as this is will be an entertaining and informative event for all supporters of independence and even those in the “mebbe” category.