“when I went to the Outer Hebrides I just saw the rich colours of Harris Tweed everywhere and that made me push the colours I was using much further.”
In the Windows at Northlight Gallery, Stromness
An online event taking place on 22nd October will raise funds to support both Kilmartin Museum & The Argyll Piping Trust.
How do we combine meeting our climate targets with improving energy affordability and lowering fuel poverty?
“We Woke And The World Was Different”
Discussions are at an early stage in Orkney to create an ‘Innovation FREEPORT’. What is this? and what would it actually mean?
In recent years Orkney has become a fight between two political parties – the LibDems who have held the seat since the reconvening of the Scottish Parliament and the SNP. The 3 other candidates: Conservative, Labour and Independent all lost their deposits in 2016.
For 2020, like other conferences, Arctic Connections is going online.
This year’s neepie lantern hunt runs from Saturday 10th till Saturday 31st October and there are 40 neepie lanterns to find, placed in businesses all over the centre of the town.
Young people living in rural communities are being encouraged to sign up for the Young Rural Change Makers Programme, focused on leadership and enterprise skills, being, run by the Rural Youth Project.