As we approach the 80th Anniversary of the sinking of HMS Royal Oak, we visited The Orkney Museum’s exhibit of remembrance.
A turf cutting ceremony has taken place at Lyness, marking the start of work to restore and improve the Scapa Flow Museum.
The ‘Scapa Flow Aquaculture Water Quality Impact Modelling Assessment’ has been designed to improve understanding of the water quality impacts arising from existing and proposed fish farms in Scapa Flow.
“We look forward to working with the design team and client on this exciting and challenging contract.”
Northlight gallery in Stromness hosted an exhibition of oil paintings and sculptures by artist Caroline Appleyard, and photographs by Marjo Tynkkynen, called ‘Scapa Flow: Up Close & Underwater.’
On at the Orkney Museum, Kirkwall is the new exhibition from 4th of May until 2nd of November, as part of #Scapa100.
Simon’s use of underwater photogrammetry allows him to, ” explore the wreck without getting wet and to share it with you”. And he did.
The Orkney News intends to make a documentary film telling the individual stories of those who died, what impact their loss had on their friends and families and why it is important that their sacrifice is remembered today.
The application also seeks to use Slice and ‘sea lice bath treatments Azamethiphos, Cypermethrin and Deltamethrin.’
Seeking the Relatives of Those Who Witnessed or Were on Board The German High Fleet Scuttled in Scapa Flow
A 100 years on from the scuttling of the German fleet in Scapa Flow Orkney commemorations will be held on Midsummer’s Day 2019 to mark the event and remember the 15 German lives lost.