On 16th of June 1807 the Rev. John Skinner, poet, theologian and Episcopalian minister of Longside in Buchan, died.
A woman of independent mind.
“I welcome Crown Estate Scotland’s announcement that the detailed plans we submitted are being taken forward in this way.”
“Women offenders need to be accommodated closer to home to allow loved ones, particularly children, to visit easily and to encourage rehabilitation back into society.”
Slowly/ the water trickled down the street,
“Environmental challenges like climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution and resource depletion threaten our future sustainability.”
Every Wednesday up to the 17th of July at the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall
from 1.30 – 3pm or from 6.30 – 8pm
For this walk, good boots and a good map are advised.
Free TV Licences, funded by the Government, for all over 75s will come to an end in June 2020.
Part of the #Scapa100 commemorations it will be open at 6pm on Saturday 15th and then daily from 2pm – 7pm until Wednesday 26th of June.
Orkney’s harbours are unique throughout the UK in that they are owned by Orkney Islands Council with the exception of St Margaret’s Hope.