Taking place on: Saturday 23 October between 2pm-3pm online is : Scottish Islands on the front line of climate emergency
‘We want to celebrate the social work, social care and early years workers for their dedication and professionalism, which has come to the fore during the COVID-19 pandemic.”- SSC Chief Executive Lorraine Gray
“Reading is Scotland’s favourite pastime, and we look forward to sharing in the country’s love of books.”-Pamela Tulloch, Chief Executive of The Scottish Library & Information Council (SLIC)
Orcadian artist Martin Laird and writer Fiona Grahame will be at the J.Gow Distillery shop, Lamb Holm on Saturday, 16th of October, where their book ‘Rebel Orkney’ is on sale.
Blind and partially sighted people in Orkney will get a chance to find out more about how technology can help them maximise their independence at a drop-in event in in Kirkwall library on Monday ,25th October.
The Balfour maternity unit staff, Orkney, would like to invite all those affected by the loss of a baby, at any stage in pregnancy, to join them for a small service at the St Magnus Centre on Friday 15th October from 6.30pm.
Orkney Islands Council is holding a series of online talks in November with the focus on climate change.
An Orkney Tapestry with Erlend Cooper. Orcadian musician and composer Erland Cooper will be featured on the Between the Ears programme An Orkney Tapestry on BBC Radio 3 today (Sunday 10th October), […]
“In the north east corner of the small windswept cemetery at Evie, some 6 miles north west of Kirkwall, Orkney is a rather weathered lichen covered headstone embossed with the emblem of the Royal Flying Corps. “
The answers to the Brochtober week’s quiz