17th February 2019
Scotland’s links with Canada stretch back for centuries
“Prisons are lonely places and penitentiaries are worse. These places are filled with guards and convicts and the only difference between them is that one group is on one side and one group is on the other”
Telephone fraud is unfortunately very much alive and well.
Poet James MacPherson died on 17th of February 1796.
Thousands of free music lessons are on offer on Learn to Play Day taking place in venues across Scotland on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th of March.
Tuesday saw much head scratching, but to be fair, actual real progress as well to fitting our new motorized workshop door. I
Alison Drever began her teaching career at Papdale Primary School in Kirkwall.
Archaeology Results Published Online
Robert Foden gave a fascinating and extremely well researched talk on Tuesday the 12th of February on the role of the Jellicoe Express.