Lunch at The Sound Archive, Kirkwall by Nick Morrison
Funding Boost for The Sound Archive, Kirkwall
Local live music venue, The Sound Archive in Kirkwall, has received £10,870 in emergency funding from the Scottish Government’s Grassroots Music Venues Stabilisation Fund through Creative Scotland
“I had an adventure. We’ve needed a few things from Wellpark Garden centre, for a while”
Alison Sutherland ‘Rocks’
This amazing woman left behind not just the fond memories of those who knew her but stored inside her garage is an outstanding geological collection.
Lunch at the St Ola Hotel
We booked in advance, this is a wise precaution these days since restaurants have to increase the spacing between tables so they cannot serve as many customers as they used to.
Orkney Library & Archive Reopens with Covid Restrictions in Place
To use the library you will be asked to book a time slot in advance as admission into the building will only be possible by booking.
“We Will Not Forget Them” #VJ75
The 75th anniversary of VJ Day was commemorated in Kirkwall at the War Memorial on Saturday 15th of August. The short service was held with adherence to the public health restrictions of […]
Take a Look at Between The Islands
An exhibition featuring the work of artists in the Between The Islands project has opened with limited viewing at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall.
Oot The Back at The Orkney Distillery
The Orkney Distillery in Ayre Road, Kirkwall , providing a safe and pleasant place for its customers
The Orkney Wireless Museum
This rare and unusual museum was founded in 1983 by the late Jim MacDonald after a lifetime passion of all things electrical.