On 23rd of June, 1314 Robert I, King of Scots, killed Henry de Bohun at the commencement of the Battle of Bannockburn.
A woman of independent mind.
“Rather than imposing an Edinburgh-based solution on the whole, through the bill we have ensured that communities can make their own choices in that regard.”
HMS Tern also known as Royal Naval Air Station Twatt was a massive airfield constructed within months of the outbreak of War in 1939.
“This is a step in the right direction – a Bill that is strong enough to transform Scotland’s climate commitments into ambitious action.”
“I was reading an article in The Orkney Archaeology Review…”
The Scottish Government has announced a working group on farming and food production.
The Heart of Scotland Appeal is a new campaign from national charity Heart Research UK to draw attention to the severity of cardiovascular disease in Scotland.
On Hoy, at Lyness Naval Cemetery, a ceremony will take place to remember the unarmed German sailors who were shot and killed on that day.
Beloved by illustrators, locals and visitors – puffins .
“The concept behind MaaS is to join up multiple different modes of transport and allow users to create their own unique journey from A to B and pay for it with a simple tap on their smart device. “