Trees for Life is establishing a 700-acre mountaintop woodland of 100,000 trees at its Dundreggan Conservation Estate in Glenmoriston near Loch Ness.
Bernie Bell: Orkney Walks (with stories)- Cottisgarth
“If you have a good walk and look round here, it’s a great place. “
Folklore & Ferries Literature Tour Calls In To Orkney
On Friday , 28th June, Orkney College UHI welcomed the NYE Children (and other) Literature group who were on a tour of the Islands of Scotland.
Bernie Bell Orkney Walks: South Ronaldsay
we drove down to South Ronaldsay, and parked in the car park of the Kirk at Kirkhouse.
South Ronaldsay West Coast Walks – Part Two – Or ‘A Walk Between Two Cairns’
“It was a sunny, breezy day, so we thought to avoid the cold East wind, by walking on the West coast – of South Ronaldsay. “
Witches, ghouls, things that go bump in the night, here’s Tam o’ Shanter to gie you a fright.
Orkney Archaeological Society Review
This one has a good, and interesting mixture.
Poetry Corner: Scots Wha Hae
St Kessog was Scotland’s patron saint before St Andrew. On the 10th of March 560, St Kessog (MacKessog) was killed by paid brigands.
Lochside Viewpoint – Exactly What It Says It Is!
“I was getting over a cold, had little energy, and so, wanted a gentle toddle rather than a strenuous stomp. So, I bethought myself of Lochside Viewpoint, in Harray.”
HMS Tern also known as Royal Naval Air Station Twatt was a massive airfield constructed within months of the outbreak of War in 1939.