The new care home to replace St Peter’s is called Hamnavoe House and it will be open between 10am and 2pm and again between 6pm and 8pm.
“The risk of severe flooding in some areas was very high, but we believe Orkney has come through this without any really serious flooding incidents.”
The Sooth Isles Craft Show is on today 10th November, here is a wee article with slide show to help entice you to visit.
Cromarty Hall,St Margarets Hope,Saturday the 9th of November 12-16.00 and Sunday, the 10th of November 12-16.00.
The Hope ( The Hup) is a delightful village with a lot going on so it would be a pity if visitors and locals alike just passed through it instead of taking the time to have a dander about.
“If the bus can’t travel along the Back Road it has to take the new road instead and passengers waiting in the village miss their bus.”
It is open from 11am – 4pm with the cafe serving from 11.30am to 3.30pm
Lovely crafted gifts will be on sale on Saturday the 10th and Sunday 11th of November at the Sooth Isles Craft Fair.
This will be the second year for the Fair with it having been an outstanding success last year.
The Documentary Resilience is coming back to Orkney.