Creative Scotland is continuing its support for Tasgadh in 2020-21 offering grants of up to £1,000 for traditional arts projects.
“A modern fleet of catamarans powered by renewable energy would enhance our reputation on the world stage.”
Hoy Heritage Centre is delighted to have been awarded Museums and Galleries Scotland funding to undertake a community project to produce a series of podcasts celebrating the culture and heritage of Hoy.
“The implementation of RET in Orkney is now an urgent requirement to assist recovery from the COVID pandemic, to help restore our ailing tourism sector “
“In what remains an exceptionally difficult time for us all, this funding is providing fast, tangible support to deliver long-lasting benefits to community based organisations while also helping them tackle climate change as we accelerate our just transition to a net zero society.”
ERASMUS+ has been one of the most effective programmes initiated by the EU.
Nurseries and other settings are encouraged to take learning outdoors to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
It’s believed there are around 4,000 unpaid carers in Orkney – but only around 300 are registered locally with Crossroads Orkney who work with the Council to provide support to carers.
£4,800 has been awarded to Orphir Community Council to improve the audio visual interpretation at the Orkneyinga Saga Centre, Orphir.
The Orkney Rotarians were helping Santa by joining with him on a walk round the Peedie Sea from dawn to dusk. This was to highlight their Christmas gift fund this year.