The exhibition, starting on Saturday 28th of November, is part of the St Andrew’s Fair Saturday global cultural event which celebrates community and supports charitable organisations. The event in Stromness will be supporting Orkney Rape and Sexual Assault Service (ORSAS).
Rousay is one of Orkney’s smaller islands and is but a short ferry journey from the largest in the archipelago, Mainland.
” I’ve been thinking about the archaeological dig at Swandro, on the island of Rousay.”
The MV Shapinsay will provide ferry services to and from Rousay, Egilsay and Wyre from Monday 25 November.
In this article from Swandro-Orkney Coastal Archaeology Trust we find out how those working on the site in Rousay keep busy.
On Saturday 17th of August the St Magnus Way Group invites anyone interested to join them for the latest of their free guided walks.
Rousay is known as the Egypt of the North for its amazing archaeological sites and now it has got even better with the discovery of a Viking Drinking Hall at Skaill Farmstead.
Midhowe Broch cared for by Historic Environment Scotland, is free to visit and well worth the effort to get to.
“We are signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the DAI, for partnership working longer term.”
Rousay: Egypt of the North