By: Helen Castle
Historic Scotland sites - Cubbie Roo, St Magnus Church and Midhowe Broch are open. The chambered tombs on Rousay are now shut (Blackhammer, Taversoe, Yarso and Midhowe Cairn).
Faraclett Head walk and parking space is closed.
Trumland House Gardens remain closed.
The Taversoe is closed for the remainder of the season.
For Trumland Farm accommodation and camp site, please contact the site directly for information re opening.
It is the REW DT's understanding that all other holiday lets, except The Space, are closed for the season.
The only toilets that are open are the toilets in Rousay, Wyre & Egilsay waiting rooms,
Marion’s Shop and Rousay Post office are open but their hours are restricted. Please check before you try to visit them and as these premises are small, there is a restriction on how many people are allowed in at a time to ensure social distancing is adhered to.
In Other News..
Thinking about taking up a new skill? We have 75 x £20 grants for the cost of equipment and books for adults to learn new skills, courtesy of our successful application to HIE's Communities Recovery Fund. It could be learning a new language, or you could be embarking on a taster course in a new skill.
Remember that we also have our own Wellbeing 100 Fund & Educational Bursary Fund. So if you find that you are enjoying learning, you might be able to continue with additional funding (subject to meeting the eligibility criteria). Please ask us if you need more information.
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Following the ongoing interest in The Pier project, we have produced a timeline, to illustrate the work undertaken by the Development Trust, in relation to this project, over the last few years. This timeline breaks down into specific actions and dates. To assist you, we have created image maps, which means that you can click on each activity and you will be taken to the associated document. To access these timelines (split into 3 in total), you will need to use the following links:
The Pier Timeline 2019
The Pier Timeline 2020 (January-March)
The Pier Timeline 2020 (April-December)
We have also produced a timeline which summarises the main points - you can see these further below (these are not image maps, so there are no links to documents on these ones). If you are viewing this on a mobile device, you may only see a partial image - please click or tap on the images to see a larger version.
We hope you will find these timelines and documents useful, however, as ever, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.