Orkney Islands Council’s programme of improvements at graveyards is to be extended by 1 year.
The interviews take no longer than 15 minutes to complete and all responses are treated as strictly confidential, with no figures from any individual vessel revealed in any outputs.
Open from 11th of July is a new exhibition at the Maeshowe Visitor Centre revealing the finds and the story from the Ness of Brodgar excavation nearby in the Heart of Neolithic Orkney
The excavation is open to the public on weekdays, from 9.30am-4.30pm till August 17 2022. And there is free parking on the site too.
“We’d urge anyone keen to look at making their home warmer and more energy efficient to get in touch and find out more.” Ross Armstrong, Chief Executive of Warmworks
“Feldenkrais is for anyone interested in moving with greater efficiency, ease, comfort and precision. You do not need any experience in order to learn.”
It is believed that Scotland has a more concentrated pattern of large scale private land ownership than is found in any other country in the world.
Peacefully at the Cumberland Infirmary on 25th June, aged 81. Jon, a father, grandfather and truly beloved husband of Eleanor Buchan, will be sadly missed by all who knew him.
Monument Monitor is a citizen science project – visitors are asked to send in their images of the Ring of Brodgar and other sites across Scotland.
A small cluster of Covid-19 cases has been confirmed on IP2 in the Balfour Hospital. Covid has not been the cause of admission for these patients.