The meeting at the St Magnus Centre, Kirkwall is on from 6pm and is open to all.
“And so, onto Albert Street, where we noticed the pleasing symmetry of the niches on the top story of the Bank of Scotland building, opposite another green plaque, commemorating Malcolm Laing, on the wall of The Tree Shop”
“And so, we move into Broad street, where our first ‘port of call’ is Tankerness House, where we find a very worn, very old, carving over the doorway, and also another green plaque.”
Works will now move to the front of The Reel and the adjoining car park – the car park will be closed at points during this work. This is then followed by the area in front of the Clydesdale Bank mid to late March.
“We parked in the car park behind Bruce’s Stores, near the end of Victoria Street and cut through to the street. We turned right, and walked to where Union Street crosses Victoria Street, turned round, and …began…looking up.”
St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney was lit up with the colours of the Fairtrade movement as Orkney marks its participation in a series of events all this week.
The project saw 170 students collaborate with two local artists, Rebecca Marr and Frances Pelly, on their work, with support from their art teachers.
After years of dedicated hard work and research Orkney is about to see the unveiling of the memorial to the victims of the historic witchcraft trials on Saturday 9th of March.
“The Wellpark Garden Centre in Kirkwall recently opened an indoor play area for children.”
“That is a perfect description of this exhibition of photographs by Ian Collins. “