Even in a small space flowers can grow
no still life will be open to the public 12-5pm daily until Tuesday 13th August.
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has thrown up a lot of new terms – ‘Brexit’ now in our everyday vocabulary – and now the phrase ‘ Backstop’
By far the largest number of marine related artefacts displayed are from the German fleet which was scuttled in Scapa Flow on 21st of June 1919.
The annual Perseid meteor shower from Comet Swift-Tuttle, the Great Comet of 1862, will peak on the night of 12/13th August, but will be spoiled by moonlight this year.
Any award requires match funding however “applications can cover 70% or 80% of the total project costs depending on location.”
The group is made up of users of the Skatepark who are keen to improve the facilities in Orkney and to encourage more people to take up wheeled sports.
Yesterday we went along to the open day at Orkney Blide Trust, here is what we discovered.
A public meeting to discuss how to improve Kirkwall’s Skatepark will take place tonight, Thursday 1st of August at 7.30pm in the Youth Cafe, Kirkwall Town Hall
We went along to find out more about Orkney’s ZE Car Club, here is what we discovered.