” this is a journey into the soul and conscience of us all.”
The exhibition runs to 17th of May. Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.
In a round of funding there were 47 successful Orkney applications from the Sea Fisheries Fund totalling £237,400.
Hope CoHousing have been awarded over £48,000 by Inspiring Scotland’s Rural Communities Ideas into Action Fund.
Churchill Barriers, Kirkwall, St Margaret’s Hope and Stronsay
Cohousing is not sheltered housing but consists of rented houses but with a common shared area.
The exhibition includes frames of an animation Martin Laird is currently working on
From the 28th of August until the 28th of September, the Loft Gallery in St. Margaret’s Hope will be showing artwork from Martin Laird’s upcoming animation ‘The Fairy Dance’.
Orkney may catch the odd shower later. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
At the council’s Development and Infrastructure Committee on 30th March, a successful motion by Green councillor Steve Sankey meant that the decision to close the centres has been deferred with more reports to follow.