A paving stone with the bronze logo of The St Magnus Way pilgrimage route will be officially inaugurated at a ceremony in front of St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall on Saturday 30th July at 12 midday.
“Better mapping of the paths in Orkney can help give more people here the confidence and knowledge to get outdoors. “Heath Brown Ramblers Scotland
The Cycling Walking and Safer Routes budget which goes directly to local authorities is increased from nearly £24 million to £35 million for 2022/23.
The consultation is open until Monday 21st March.
A wellbeing project has just been launched to help people handle the pressures and challenges of life by taking a walk in Shapinsay.
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is encouraging people to go walking for its benefits to wellbeing and also as a great way to view the flora and fauna in our environment.
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“A lot can happen when you go for a quiet walk in Orkney!!!!”
Have Scots reverted to the car or will we continue to cycle and walk in greater numbers than before Covid ?
“This is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the great Orkney outdoors, and if walking isn’t your thing, you can participate in any way which suits you, be it sea swimming, or bouncing on the trampoline. “