The Arcadia Park project is now well under way as volunteers tackled more of the landscaping and planting work this weekend.
A woman of independent mind.
On the 14th of April 1578,(?) James Hepburn, Earl of Bothwell, ( aka the Duke of Orkney) third husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, died at Dragsholm Castle in Denmark. (or did he?)
‘Community and Dementia: Creating Better Lives’ is coming to Orkney on the 7th 8th and 9th of May at the Pickaquoy, Kirkwall
“The Pit, is when you feel that you’re at the bottom of a deep pit – the sides are high, and trap you. It’s dark in the pit.”
The public consultation drop-in event is being held on Thursday 25th April 2.30-7.30pm at Stenness Community Centre.
The Hope ( The Hup) is a delightful village with a lot going on so it would be a pity if visitors and locals alike just passed through it instead of taking the time to have a dander about.
Vets are reminding pet owners to keep chocolate and other sweet treats well out of paws’ reach, as eating even a small amount can be dangerous or even fatal.
Taking on Etape Loch Ness for the first time is Orkney-based Marty Flett and Aberdeen-based friend, Iain Stanger, who will be raising funds for CLAN Cancer Support.
William Porter who was born in the Friern Barnet area of North London on 11th of December 1896.
There were people from the Macular Society to talk to as well as a range of electronic and optical magnifiers with a rep from the company explaining them.