A CLYDEBANK history group is set to take on a much-loved Munro - from the comfort of a Dalmuir church.

Clydebank History Society is hosting the illustrated talk 'Ben Lomond - History and Archaeology' at the Barclay Church on Monday, November 6.

The chat will be taken by Alasdair Eckersal, a senior ranger at the National Trust for Scotland and a man responsible for looking after and maintaining the well-known Loch Lomond mountain.

Alasdair's talk will look at man's historical relationship with Ben Lomond, with much evidence found in and around the peak of past human activity, including summer shielings, charcoal burning and iron smelting.

The fascinating evening will begin at 7.30pm on Monday, November 6 at the Dalmuir Barclay Church on Durban Avenue.