“The festive spirit is lighting up the dark night in Orphir.”
The tree outside St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall is shining its lights out to cheer on shoppers and passers by.
The latest exhibition in the windows of the Northlight Gallery, Stromness are by Alec Webster.
The shops, streets and houses of Stromness are starting to look a lot like Christmas.
People living in Scotland’s vulnerable coastal areas are being asked to make their mark on an exhibition addressing key environmental concerns.
There’s just a few days left to catch the Northlight Gallery’s latest exhibition in Stromness.
“If there’s one good thing we can say about the year, it’s that the communities of South Ronaldsay and Burray have really looked after each other, you can see that by all the self-help groups that have sprung up on social media in particular. “
Artists and craft makers interested in pursuing a VACMA (Visual Artists and Craft Makers Award) grant from Orkney Islands Council can join a ‘Stay Home & Meet’ event on Wednesday evening, 2nd December to find out more about the process.
It is a symbol of the lasting friendship between the county of Vestland in Norway and Orkney and always heralds the start of the Festive season in the islands when the Christmas tree arrives.
To take part, families are being asked to take a photo of themselves reading ,Red and the Wolf, and post it to the page between 6pm and 7pm.