A vigil organised by the Independence campaigning group Yes Orkney commemorating the day we left the EU has been cancelled due to the weather.
‘Keep a light on for Europe’ Orkney Vigil
An event to mark the third anniversary of the UK leaving the EU will be held at 5.30 pm on Tuesday January 31st, Kirk Green, Kirkwall
Rain Did Not Dampen Resolve At Orkney’s #TimeforScotland Event
The Orkney ‘Time for Scotland’ event heard from two main speakers, Robert Leslie SNP and Helen Woodsford Dean Scottish Greens.
“In my mind this only strengthens the case for independence.” Robert Leslie on the UK Supreme Court Judgment
“It is clear that a law that doesn’t allow Scotland to choose our own future without Westminster consent has blown out of the water any notion of the United Kingdom as a voluntary union.”
Yes Orkney Rally on Right to Decide #TimeForScotland
Independence supporters in Orkney are invited to gather outside Kirkwall’s St Magnus Cathedral from 5.15pm on Wednesday 23rd November for the event
Local Campaigners Yes Orkney Focus On Energy
“we feel it is important to explore how things could be done differently, and in a way that is fairer for all, making Orkney’s energy work for Orkney’s people, not private energy companies and their shareholders” Robert Leslie
Learning From Other Islands & Our Nordic Neighbours
” Lesley’s knowledge of life in the Western Isles and Scandinavia must inspire us to consider their solutions to our problems.” Mike Robertson, Yes Orkney
A Weekend in Scotland of People on the March
A group of activists from the local Yes Orkney group which campaigns for an independent Scotland attended a march and rally in Edinburgh on Saturday the 6th of October
Council Candidates in Orkney Voice Fears Over Brexit
Local election candidates in Orkney are deeply concerned about how Orkney will be affected when the UK exits the EU.