A short ceremony took place today, 30th July, to mark the placing of a stone for the St Magnus Way, outside the St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney
Earth Overshoot Day: #MoveTheDate
Thursday, 28th of July was Earth Overshoot Day. What does that mean and why is it important?
“The highest price this winter will be paid by those with the least.” UK Energy Price Hike
“This scale of increase is unsustainable and will push a massive number of additional Orkney households into #fuelpoverty – we need intervention now and a change to the broken UK energy system.” Robert Leslie
Stronsay’s Massive Weekend 19th – 21 August
Put the date in your diary for Stronsay’s Massive Weekend with lots of great events for all the family
Orkney Library to Pilot Near Me Consulting Service
“Here in the library, we are ideally positioned to support people at risk of digital exclusion from health and care services” Vikki Kerr
‘The Instant’ Shortlisted for Major Literary Prize
“The book relates to the natural world in personal, subjective, non-traditional way and this is a big endorsement and boost.” Amy Liptrot
Marking the St Magnus Way : Public Ceremony of Dedication
A paving stone with the bronze logo of The St Magnus Way pilgrimage route will be officially inaugurated at a ceremony in front of St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall on Saturday 30th July at 12 midday.
Stronsay Recent Bird Sightings
“The most astounding sight there throughout summer has been the number of Shelduck.”
Searching for the Lost City of Natounia
Until now, the existence of the royal city known as Natounia on the Kapros, or alternatively as Natounissarokerta, has been documented only on a few coins dating from the first century BC.
‘Living with less pain’: Supportive Exercise Classes
“It’s a wonderful programme to be facilitating especially when people say that they feel more confident to go out, be active and get on with their day to day living with less pain” Holly Elliot