Kirkwall BID’s Christmas activities start the weekend of 3rd and 4th of December
Every year local shop M& Co Orkney choose a charity in their local community which will benefit from money raised in their Kirkwall shop.
Local shops and houses in Stromness have created a winter wanderland to brighten up even the darkest of days – and nights.
The Kirkwall shops are looking fine and festive.
Located near to the iconic Italian Chapel this little gift shop is the ideal stop off place if you want to buy truly Orcadian gifts.
The tree outside St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall is shining its lights out to cheer on shoppers and passers by.
By Bernie Bell “Here are some suggestions, gleaned from previous items in The Orkney News:-“
“If there’s one good thing we can say about the year, it’s that the communities of South Ronaldsay and Burray have really looked after each other, you can see that by all the self-help groups that have sprung up on social media in particular. “
Located in Front Road, St Margaret’s Hope, The Workshop and Loft Gallery have some delightful and unique gifts for Christmas.
In light of food which may have been wasted at Christmas, here are some handy hints to keep food waste down at New Year.