On from Friday 2nd to Thursday 15th of July in the Northlight Gallery windows, Stromness
‘Orkney Energy Landscapes’ led by Dan Lee, Archaeology Institute of UHI and Richard Irvine of St Andrew’s University is hoping to record and capture the archaeological fragments of Orkney’s relationship with energy production.
The Scottish Affairs Committee of the UK House of Commons will be on a evidence and fact finding mission to Orkney today, 28th of June.
Some images by Nick Morrison of the Pride event in Kirkwall
Call out for artworks made in lockdown see poster for details
“I wish everybody involved all the very best in recognising and celebrating the LGBT+ community in our islands,” Liam McArthur MSP
“Can I offer my congratulations to Diane Currie and everybody involved in the organisation of Orkney Pride 2021. “
It is seeking applications for two new members. The new members would join SEPA’s board in January 2022.
The year-long project will see archaeological recording at contemporary energy sites, peat coring, oral history interviewing, fieldwalking, community events and schools workshops.
Those under 16 years of age will get free access to ticketed sites managed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) this summer.
“Orkney’s John Rae Society’s Fundraising group had the bright idea of asking supporters to do special sponsored challenges to raise urgently needed funds for our active Society.”