“The landing on the Moon was a transformational achievement which changed the perspective we have on our own planet forever: a fragile blue marble on the vast dark lunar sky.”
Even when the Ring of Brodgar is hotching with visitors you can still find places away from the madding crowds.
Drop-in sessions – Stromness, Friday 19 July in the Warehouse Buildings from 13:30 – 16:00 and Kirkwall, in the Carnegie Room at the Orkney Library and Archive, Monday 22 July from 13:30 to 15:30.
The Big Inflatables are out in the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall.
The Orkney International Science Festival’s programme will be enhanced by a range of new events, including shore outings and paper making from natural materials.
Phone 07494948642 for more details
There will be additional workshops from the Community Led Support team to discuss ways forward to re-shape Orkney’s social care provision – ‘Getting Started’
Foraging Fortnight, a brand-new festival taking place across five diverse regions of Scotland this autumn, has been announced.
They show the accelerating deterioration of the wartime buildings in Lyness 2017 -2019.
Do you think Orkney’s Skatepark could do with a bit of a makeover and perhaps a few improvements? Do you think it could appeal to a wider group of users?