The shopping event of the year will take place this Saturday, 30th of September, as Kirkwall BID has organised a series of great activities for its successful Girls Day Out.
The borders and planted tubs are magnificent at the Pickaquoy Centre in Kirkwall just now.
There’s plenty to see on a stroll around the bonnie paths which skirt Kirkwall toon, as these images from John Mowat show.
“Any patch of sunlight in a wood will show you something about the sun which you could never get from reading books on astronomy.” – C.S. Lewis
A walk to skirt the town.
The Ship of Fools Gallery in Kirkwall’s Bridge Street will be formally launched on the evening of Wednesday 14 June with an opening celebration of the Summer Show from 5pm to 8pm.
Led by experienced tour guide Ragnhild Ljosland of Orkney Time Travel the walk took us through the streets of Kirkwall as we followed the stories of those who were accused.
Kirkwall RNLI return back to the harbour to transfer casualty to ambulance. Image Credit: Kirkwall RNLI
A cold wind and occasional rainfall did not dampen the spirits of islanders and visitors in supporting the Kirkwall RNLI open day at their lifeboat shed on Saturday 27th May.
This short walk in Kirkwall has plenty for you to see and hear.