FANCY some nostalgia this Christmas?

Well, head on up to Peebles for a wander down memory lane to discover how The Daft Days leading up to Christmas were celebrated.

The Daft Days was the medieval Scottish name for the 12 days of Christmas.

And the walk on Friday, December 27 is the perfect place to discover how people lived and celebrated in bygone days.

Live Borders Museum staff are hosting the midwinter walk to discover the traditions of yuletide with stories of turkey, trees, and tinsel on the festive guided stroll.

Find out the importance of the yule log and why Christmas was once banned as a public holiday as you walk around key points of interest in Peebles, before returning to the museum for a taste of old-fashioned festive food and drink.

Museum Assistant and walk leader, Chris Sawers said: “It’s always intriguing to discover how people lived in the past.

"The customs and traditions of Christmastime are fascinating, and this walk will take us to key points in Peebles where we will discover how people lived and celebrated the winter festivals in the past.

“We hope this event will encourage people to come for a healthy walk at a time when we are perhaps a bit more sedentary than we would like to be.

“Traditional refreshments will be served in the museum afterwards.”

The Daft Days walk starts at 1pm on Friday, December 27 at Tweeddale Museum and Gallery, Chambers Institution, High Street, Peebles.

Tickets are priced at £8.