“Sunday 29th November dawned, with a clear sky and sunshine, so we thought to go somewhere – UP – where we could look about us, and clear our heads. It looked like a day for Rose Ness.”
The amazing lighthouse sculpture project by cancer charity CLAN, ‘Light The North’, took another step on its journey at an event in the Scottish Parliament.
Each lighthouse will be individually designed and painted by some of the region’s most talented artists
To raise significant funds for their future work CLAN are aiming to Light the North with a sculptural trail.
Some of the most iconic features of Scotland’s coasts are the many lighthouses that were so crucial in preventing shipwrecks, saving lives and goods.
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“On the way to Tarbert, we stopped for a woodland walk which includes Loch na h’Aibhne Ruaidhe”
The lighthouse the erection of which by the Northern Lighthouse Commissioners was begun in the year 1892 is situated on the highest part of the island
The position of Sule Skerry is put down as 59 degrees 4′ 45″ north latitude, and 4 degrees 24′ west longitude.
The local ferry connects with a Minibus on the peninsula which will take you the 11 miles to the Lighthouse.