FAIFLEY residents interested in the Cochno Stone are being encouraged to attend a public meeting by MSP Gil Paterson.
Archaeology group Faifley Rocks! will give an overview of latest developments and future plans for the site.
The group is in the process of bidding for money from The Lottery Heritage Funding to improve Auchnacraig Park, create a rock art walking trail, run workshops and more.
The meeting will take place on Thursday February 13 at 6.30pm to 8pm at Skypoint Centre, Faifley.
The MSP said: “The public meeting to be held by Faifley Rocks! is an excellent opportunity for local people to come along and hear the latest developments at this very significant and important archaeological site.
“The work being done by project director Dr Kenny Brophy is outstanding, and the vision for 2020 and beyond looks incredible.
“I fully support the work he is doing, which is why I am also very excited to be hosting parliamentary events to mark these advancements at the Cochno Stone later this month.”
The Cochno Stone is a large slab decorated with inscriptions and symbols dating back more than 5,000 years. It is considered to be some of Scotland’s oldest rock art.
Mr Paterson is also hosting a parliamentary debate and reception in honour of Faifley Rocks! this month, on Wednesday February 19.