A MAP seeking to attract old and new visitors to Clackmannanshire has been re-vamped, just in time for Easter.

Discover Clacks has re-launched its map of Wee County attractions and events to help bring tourists into the area.

Redesigned in conjunction with Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI), two versions have been produced to be distributed in the region and beyond.

Anthea Coulter, chief officer at CTSI, led the revamp and said: “Many of our most important visitor attractions and events are already operated by charities and local volunteers including the Japanese Garden, Alloa Tower and this month’s upcoming Round Table Alloa Half Marathon to name a few and are visited by thousands of visitors each year.

“To add to the list, we now have our own community-operated visitor centre, the Alloa Hub featuring the Clackmannanshire Tapestry, the wonderful Wimpy Walled Garden Park and community facilities across the county that are keen to welcome visitors.

“After some surveying of local organisations and businesses involved in tourism, it was decided to produce two versions of the map – a tear off version that can be provided from local venues and a folded A2 version that will be distributed across the region and further afield.”

CTSI is also appointing a communications officer who will have a focus on social enterprise, community and tourist venues, businesses and events.

Anthea added: “We have more to offer now to tourist and in the future in Clackmannanshire and we want to drive more visitors to come and enjoy everything the area has to offer.”

Maps can be collected from CTSI's office under 27 High Street in Alloa or from Alloa Hub – alternatively, email admin@ctsi.org.uk or call 01259 213 840.