With 100 days to go until the Scottish Referendum voters will have an opportunity to hear both sides of the argument.
Tonight, thre wil be a hustings in Falkirk Trinity Church, formerly Falkirk Old and St Modan’s from 7-9 p.m.
Organised by The Falkirk Herald, it will have speakers from both the Better Together and Yes Scotland campaigns.
There are still some seats available for those wishing to attend and these will be filled on a first-come basis.
On September 18 voters will go to the polls to decided whether to remain part of the United Kingdom or leave and become a separate independent state.
Voters will be asked the yes/no question, “Should Scotland be an independent country?”.
For the first-time 16 and 17-year-olds will be eligible to vote along with all others on the electoral roll.
Speaking for the Yes campaign tonight will be Clare Adamson from the SNP and the Green’s Patrick Harvie.
Better Together have put forward Falkirk East MP Michael Connarty and Westminster Labour candidate Karen Whitefield as panelists.