The dedicated seven- to 11-year-old pupils from Rousay Community School have been visiting the Pickie Centre in Kirkwall to take part in the national Learn to Swim programme – a partnership between Scottish Swimming and Scottish Water which is delivered by aquatic providers across Scotland.
Epilepsy Scotland Roadshow Comes To Orkney
Epilepsy Scotland will be holding a roadshow event in Orkney at The Pickaquoy Centre in Kirkwall on Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 October between 10am and 4pm.
‘Living with less pain’: Supportive Exercise Classes
“It’s a wonderful programme to be facilitating especially when people say that they feel more confident to go out, be active and get on with their day to day living with less pain” Holly Elliot
Welcome News Funding Award for the Pickie Centre, Kirkwall
The Pickaquoy Centre, has been awarded £150,000 from the open call for applications to the Scottish Government’s Performing Arts Venues Relief Fund through Creative Scotland., as a performing arts venue.
Play Areas in Orkney to Open in July
Outdoor play areas will be able to open in Orkney from Thursday 2nd of July.
#SeeMyAbility Swimming for children with physical, sensory and learning impairments
“We teach all children in an inclusive way at Orkney Islands Council and it is great to get these additional resources to support our swimming teachers as we continue to grow our programme.” Garry Burton Sport and Leisure Service Manager OIC
Find Out About CLAN’s ‘Light The North’ Trail
Information event at Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall Wednesday 27 NOVEMBER 2019, from 6pm 8pm.
Harry Birrell Presents Films Of Love And War
Matt Pinder’s beautifully composed, captivating documentary delivers one man’s cinematic vision of the 20th century and his own incredible journey through it.
CONNECT: Scottish Film Confronting Suicide Among Young Men
On at the Phoenix Cinema, PICKAQUOY centre, Kirkwall this Friday 15th November 7.30pm, followed by a Q&A with director Marilyn Edmond
Special Cancer Support Drop in Day in Kirkwall
Organised by Macmillan Cancer Support, those who go along can talk to trained staff about how they’re feeling or ask questions about cancer and its side effects.