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It will collect up to 30 stories in each partner country which celebrate language, dialect and culture, economic heritage, traditions, history, folklore, landscape and archaeology.
Over the last 10 years, a dedicated sub-group of Birsay Heritage Trust volunteers have carried out clearance on the site, organised local tours and run community open days.
This is a time for examining the tourism sector much more closely than ever before. Change is required.
Hidden Scotland, founded by Jack Cairney, has recently been recognised for its ‘Best Overall Instagram Presence’ by becoming a finalist in this year’s Shorty Awards.
We have taken the decision to close public access to our staffed properties and offices until further notice, with effect from 5pm on Wednesday 18 March.
Many cruise lines have cancelled or altered sailings across the world as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread.
The amazing lighthouse sculpture project by cancer charity CLAN, ‘Light The North’, took another step on its journey at an event in the Scottish Parliament.
“the new contract will also include the flexibility to allow timetabled freight and ferry services to be amended to better reflect changes in future demand.”
Coilla Drake gave her views on Brexit and the effect it could have on industry in Shetland and Orkney.