Of the three hyperbaric chambers in Scotland, Orkney is the busiest . This is mainly due to the recreational divers that come here.
One of the threads weaving through this year’s Orkney International Science Festival is the theme of foraging.
Kirkwall Grammar School was the setting for the Family Fun Day as part of the Orkney International Science Festival.
Saturday, 7th of September, saw the display of vehicles old and new as part of the Orkney International Science Festival.
The talk is on Saturday 14th of September at 7.30pm in King St Halls, Kirkwall.
Professor Wither’s talk was fascinating. His contention was that islands emerge through mapping.
The film was hosted by ‘Take One Action’ , and the Extinction Rebellion campaigners in Orkney.
The festival programme has been designed to encourage people of all ages to participate safely and responsibly in different foraging activities
The award-winning performance artist, Mamoru Iriguchi, is back out on tour this autumn with Eaten, a show for children aged 6yrs+ about food, eating and being eaten!
Murdoch Mackenzie’s 1750 chart of Orkney led to a revolution in mapmaking and was the standard work for navigators until the modern admiralty chart.