It centered on the importance of Storer’s History of Orkney and examined it within the context of its time.
The Brough of Birsay is a tidal island and contains the remains of a Norse settlement.
These significant finds have been of great importance to modern understanding of traditional Nordic boat-building techniques.
Located adjacent to a beautiful and peaceful single track road this was once where a high status residence existed with a large drinking hall and a round church
“There are a couple of interesting Tings on Orkney.”
“The place name Skaill is associated with old sites from the Norse period”