Kirkwall Town Hall Foyer, from 12pm to 4pm, on Saturday, May 19.
A woman of independent mind.
Preparations to Celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day in Orkney
Orkney will be celebrating Norwegian Constitution Day on Thursday May 17th
Implications for Health and Social Care in Scotland with Brexit
“The governance that we have in Scotland, particularly around social care service delivery, is unique in the UK”
Robert’s Bedroom Wall
The exhibition is on from 11th – 17th May and is free to view.
Highjacking Health Care Concerns for Political Gain
It always concerns me when a single issue is seized upon by political parties (of whatever hue) to push their own agenda.
Fast Track Midwifery Courses for the Highlands and Islands
“NHS Highland welcomes the support of the Scottish Government to this exciting new initiative which will open up career options for nurses who are committed to working and living in Highland area.”
J Storer Clouston: Inaugural Lecture
It centered on the importance of Storer’s History of Orkney and examined it within the context of its time.
Poetry Corner: Four Marys
On this day, May 13th, in 1568 at the Battle of Langside, Mary, Queen of Scots, was finally defeated in her attempt to regain the throne from her son, James VI
Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS Orkney Support Group
members were on hand to speak to the public and explain about the illness
Mental Health Awareness Week Looks at Stress
“16 million people in the UK experience a mental health issue each year”