This is Mental Health Awareness week, here is a poem which may resonate with others.
More than 11,000 women die from secondary breast cancer each year in the UK.
By 1804 the Twatt Mortification School was built and in use. As requested, it was built in the township of Kirbister, part of Sir William Honyman’s Graemsay Estate.
There is nothing quite like coming home to a ready made meal. I was asked to do this one using a slow cooker, so here it is.
399 of pedestrian casualties were children, two died and 106 were seriously injured. These incidents nearly all took place in built up areas.
Today the weather was sunny with a cool breeze (+Scottish Showers) so a stroll down the promenade and some shopping in Rothesay town was agreed. The shops on the front are a […]
The weather today (24th September 2018) was a bit changeable with intermittent showers, so we decided on a little site seeing and then find a good beach for Bandit to have a […]
On this day in 1898 Will Kellogg invented Cornflakes, where they are little rays of sunshine this poem is far more melancholy.
The Orkney Sailing Club held their 129th sailing regatta in Kirkwall Bay. The regatta was held on Friday the 3rd & Saturday 4th August 2018. The club welcomes all visiting yachts and […]
“I welcome the Laid community’s drive and determination to seek improvement for their area. “