The tree outside St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall is shining its lights out to cheer on shoppers and passers by.
A Gift from Norway – Orkney’s Christmas Tree
It is a symbol of the lasting friendship between the county of Vestland in Norway and Orkney and always heralds the start of the Festive season in the islands when the Christmas tree arrives.
‘Orange the World’ St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall
To mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall was lit up in orange
St Magnus Cathedral #Armistice
St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall, Orkney was lit up in red to commemorate Armistice, on 11th of November.
Limited Reopening of St Magnus Cathedral From July 21st
“Many people in Orkney and further afield regard our Cathedral as a very special place and we must have all measures in place ahead of its reopening to ensure the safety of all.”
Supporting the People of Palestine
Orkney Friends of Palestine took part in a silent vigil on the steps of St Magnus Cathedral on Saturday, 4th of July.
Silent Vigil in Support of the People of Palestine
OFoP will hold a silent vigil on Saturday, 4th July, between 11 am and noon on the steps of St Magnus Cathedral Orkney. In keeping with physical distancing the group plan to have no more than 5 people taking part.
Making Our Mark
“That’s people, that’s humans. We like to make our mark, and we do so, sometimes in ways which are laudable, and sometimes in ways which are not.”
A Kirkwall Christmas 2019
The lights of the city
Orkney Norway Friendship Marked With 2019 Christmas Tree Cutting in Bringsværd Forest
” We are here and linked together with a chain back in time. “