IT’S been a few weeks but now The National Roadshow is heading out on the road again, with the tour recommencing tomorrow night at 7pm.

The venue for the latest roadshow is in Glasgow at Shawlands Bowling Club, 1154 Pollokshaws Rd, Glasgow. Type G41 3QP into your satnav or Google maps and you’ll find it.

National editor Callum Baird and the Wee Ginger Dug, plus his human minder Paul Kavanagh, will be at the club for an evening of independence-themed discussion hosted by the ever-busy Yes Southside group.

There will also be a fundraising raffle/auction and while the event is free to attend, all donations will be gratefully accepted for Yes Southside.

Baird said: “It’s been a while since we last did a roadshow, but we know our readers enjoy them.”

Another editor, though in this case a former one, will be at the centre of a discussion to be hosted by Yes Marchmont and Morningside on Friday night.

Murray Foote, past editor of the Daily Record and the architect of The Vow, is now an enthusiastic convert to the cause of independence.

He will be the main speaker at public meeting on “A Fairer Scotland” on Friday at 7.30pm in the Columcille Centre, 2 Newbattle Terrace, Edinburgh – that’s EH10 4RT for satnav or google map users.

Yes Marchmont and Morningside told the Yes Hub page that entrance is free, no tickets are needed, and they stress it’s an accessible venue, adding: “All welcome – spread the word and bring your friends.”