“Neighbour-man Steve took this pic of the Northern Lights across the hill behind our houses, including the little old stone shed in the field – and the stars in the sky!”
Two speakers – Dr Sarah Crowe an ecologist and Erlend Spence an Orcadian farmer both spoke about the actions they have taken and how we can move forward in Orkney to improve our natural environment.
Soul Cakes were traditionally given out to the poor and children, who would go around doors, singing and praying for the souls of loved ones, past and present and be rewarded with these wee cakes.
The challenge facing most of Scotland’s rural and island communities is one of depopulation as people move into urban settings.
“The 8th episode of the first season, we open to narration by Dr Helena Russell saying how it had been 877 days since the moon had been blasted out of the Earth’s orbit.”
Only a few days left to catch the exhibition by Ingrid Budge in Stromness till 30th of October
Orkney Judo and the Orkney Branch of the Pony Club have received cash grants totalling a combined £11,416, thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund in partnership with sportscotland.
“How did what seems to be a ‘golden spike’ in human culture first take material form in Olduvai?”
£560million to the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire economies, 6,200 jobs supported
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