“I’ve previously written of walks and days out at Birsay – it’s one of our favourite places – and so – here’s another one!”
I didn’t feel like a big walk, so we went to the Bu, in Orphir, to mooch about a bit, on the beach there.
Guided walk Saturday 19th of October starting 10am
The First of September – a day of rain and sunshine – autumn beckoned, and we set off for The Gloup in Deerness.
We had a short walk along the beach at Marwick Bay
Eoin Harcus, representing Evie and Rendall Community Council, unveiled the St Magnus Way interpretation board by the slipway.
Christian and Jet have arrived in Orkney and will be walking the whole coastline.
The theme for this section of the Way is Forgiveness reflecting on whether Hakon was sorry for the murder of Magnus.
On Saturday 27th July at 10.00am at the Finstown Car Park there will be a short commissioning of the interpretation board
The new marker stone and display board for the Dounby – Finstown section of the St Magnus Way was dedicated at a short ceremony on Saturday 15th of June by Councillor Rachael King and Rev John Butterfield.