THE Bruce 750 Festival was a big hit in Dunfermline and now it's set to feature on TV.

Organised by Visit Dunfermline, the event attracted the best part of 20,000 people into Pittencrieff Park to enjoy a medieval-themed weekend with jousting, battle re-enactments, archery and much more.

They brought it back to the city - the first time since 2013 - over the first weekend in June and the festival will star in a documentary to be shown on Scotland’s newest TV channel, The Scotland Channel.

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Entitled The Return of The Bruce, the film tells the story of the volunteers who resurrected the festival to mark the 750th anniversary of the Scottish hero's birth.

A film crew from The Scotland Channel attended the two day event and interviewed members of the Visit Dunfermline team as part of the documentary.

The Scotland Channel launches on August 1, 2024.

Peter Jeal, managing director of Glasgow-based S24 TV Limited, which owns The Scotland Channel, said: “It was great to be able to record this historic event and talk to the organisers about how and why they had resurrected the festival after an 11 year absence.

“The documentary will be released on the channel on October 3, 2024.”