One Linlithgow presents the Jubilee Corgi Trail

Local business group One Linlithgow is providing some family fun from this weekend to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

By Kevin Quinn
Wednesday, 1st June 2022, 3:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st June 2022, 3:19 pm

The Queen’s Royal Corgis have escaped and are hiding in the various shop and business windows along Linlithgow High Street from June 3 -18. Her Majesty needs your help in finding out where they are so that she can get them back safely.

Equipped with your trusty Treasure Trail map and pen, help track down the Corgis and earn a small reward!

Pop along to Bright Star Toys or Linlithgow DIY shop with your completed Trail map and receive your fuzzy gift. All participants in this free event will be entered into a prize draw and each winner picked will re-home a cuddly Colin the Corgi.

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The Corgi Trail begins in Linlithgow this weekend.

Sally McIntosh-Anderson from One Linlithgow said: “This is a great opportunity to explore the High Street and the local area while helping to support local businesses."

Treasure Trail maps can be downloaded by scanning the QR code, and are available from local businesses or your local school.

The QR code you can scan to take part in the Corgi Trail.