Archive for the ‘Communities’ Category

Comann na Mara

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Comann na Mara (The Society of the Sea) is forming an aquatic education and marine research centre in Lochmaddy, North Uist. See the website for some stunning underwater photography of Lochmaddy Bay.

Comann na Mara

Stòras Uibhist

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Storas Uibhist

Stòras Uibhist is the owner of the South Uist Estate which covers most of the islands of Eriskay, South Uist and Benbecula. The company’s new website details its interests and activities, from crofting and fishing to Grogarry Lodge and Askernish Golf Course. The members’ section contains a number of downloadable documents, including membership forms, board meeting reports, newsletters and press releases.

The website is available in both English and Gaelic.

Sgoil an Iochdair agus a’Choimhearsnachd

Wednesday, September 13th, 2006

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Sgoil an Iochdair agus a’Choimhearsnachd (Eochar School and Community) are a small local charity who support recreation and sport in the catchment area of the school, from Peninerine in South Uist to Island Flodda, Benbecula. Their current big project is to improve the school playing fields, opening them out to wider community use.

The group’s new website brings together details of past projects and future plans, as well as news about current initiatives. Meeting minutes, policies and reports are also available. Through the website, you can learn how to join the group, make donations and get involved in projects. Visit their nice wee site (www.iochdar.co.uk) for more details.

Nice wee sites have made us a website that is easy to use, simple to update, and one that looks good. The consultation process, the trouble shooting and the training sessions all helped us to get the site we wanted. - Kate Dawson, secretary, Sgoil an Iochdair agus a’Choimhearsnachd.

Isle of Berneray website

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2005

Isle of Berneray website

The Isle of Berneray community website (www.isleofberneray.com) was launched on the 3rd of May, 2005. The website contains information on how to visit Berneray and what to do on it once you are there. It also provides a one-stop place for details of all accommodation, businesses and services on the island. The centrepiece of the website is a gallery of pictures of life on the island.

This is excellent and just what Berneray needs. It is good that all of this information is in one place. – Donald MacLean, Chairman of Berneray Community Community.