THE Scottish Independence Movement has announced its second march since resuming campaign activities after the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.

It is set for Dundee on September 18, but the march is not linked to the Day of Action for Independence being organised for that day by Believe in Scotland with the support of The National.

A SIM spokesman said: “With our hugely successful march in Glasgow being the first out of the Covid-19 restrictions, SIM is delighted to announce our next march on the campaign trail.

“Taking place in Dundee, on Saturday, September 18, we will be gathering early in Baxter Park with the march starting at 1pm sharp.”

The procession route is as follows: Baxter Park, Arbroath Road (B959), Black Croft, Seagate, High Street, City Square, Nethergate, Perth Road, Roseangle, Magdalen Green.

The march will disperse at the Green, as no rally is planned. Police Scotland will be facilitating the march and stewards will be in attendance.

It would be helpful if people wishing to participate could make sure to signal their attendance at the event online at the SIM Facebook page.

The spokesman added: “Scotland has an alternative, we have an alternative. SIM will take to the streets in Dundee to show the Westminster establishment that Scotland will no longer be enslaved to a union.

“We will march and protest, and our voices will be heard. Please bring your family, pipes, drums, and dogs and don’t forget your banners and flags.”