STIRLING Festival of Cycling and Walking will return next weekend with a host of activities to keep adults and children alike entertained.

The annual event, organised by Stirling Active Travel Hub, will take place at Stirling High School on Sunday August 11 from 10am - 4pm.

Topping the bill are The Clan, Scotland’s cycle stunt team. They’ll perform death-defying stunts, from crazy flips to big drops at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

There’ll also be lots of opportunities for families to test out their own cycling skills, from taking part in the Pedal for Parkinson’s charity bike ride which kicks off at 8am to tackling bike tracks suitable for children of all ages.

Families are also encouraged to bring along their own bikes for expert advice and bike safety checks by Recyke-a-Bike’s Dr Bike, to ensure their summer holiday cycling adventures are trouble free.

There will also be a number of other activities such as a pump track to see who can best tackle bumps and jumps, as well as a bouncy castle, face painting and storytelling sessions.

For the full festival programme visit the Hub’s website: