“It is important that when children and young people take these peaceful and powerful actions, they are not silenced, discouraged or punished.” Bruce Adamson
On the evening of Friday 24th September, Hannah Genders Boyd will present the next in the UHI Archaeology Institute’s series of monthly online seminars.
“Nurdles, or plastic pellets are the building blocks used to make all the plastic products you use and find today; from wheelie bins to car parts.”
The 2021 Doors Open events are this year a mixture of online and in person events. There’s lots happening in Orkney and across Scotland.
The John Rae Society will hold two Open Days on 18th and 19th September, from 10 am until 4pm each day.
Tom Muir tells us the intriguing history of Tankerness House – now known as The Orkney Museum.
Doors Open is an opportunity for the public to visit buildings that might not normally be open to them, to look behind the scenes or to just see another side of an organisation or group locally.
The Annual General Meeting of Orkney News Ltd will take place online via zoom on Sunday 24th October 2021 at 3pm.
North East & Scotland School Chef of the Year 2021 – Karen Bevan, Stromness Primary School, Stromness, Orkney (Stromness Primary School) will be representing Scotland.
You can sign up now for – Sighthill Stone Circle Reborn Free Event 19:00 hrs on 15th September 2021.