If you’re interested in finding out more about the heritage project, if you’d like to join the group, share info with us, visit the island, see the heritage for yourself or have any other reason for getting in touch with us, try: Cathy Dagg (heritage consultant and project leader) – email@example.com Janis Piggott Patterson (project […]
The shuttle bus will now run on: Friday 4-5 and 8-9, Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 10-12 and 3-5. This will connect with boats to Isle Martin at Ardmair The bus will depart from Latheron Lane in Ullapool, outside Dulcies and the old Hydro shop, opposite Tesco. Running the bus will be one of our biggest […]
A fantastically uplifting radio programmme, about the current work by volunteers on Isle Martin, skilfully put together by Jon Miller. Isle Martin Volunteers programme.
Foundation Scotland have just awarded us £1500 towards the Access Officer post, meaning we have secured all the funding for 6 months of this job! If it proves a success then we will be seeking more funding to continue it as a permanent position. We hope that people will find access to the island easier […]
Great things are happening! The HIghland Council have just announced that they will be sending a wee bit of cash our way to support the Access Officer post. It’s exiting to see all the support that has been coming our way recently and projects taking shape. We have another bit of funding news to announce […]
We have secured a wee bit of money through the Postcode Community Trust to employ someone! Visit the Access Officer page to find out more.
We are extending our usual open day this year to bring you a mini festival! Come and join us on the 19/20/21 of May on your iLAND. Proposals are now open to come and curate an event using the application form on the iLAND page. We have a number of applications in already so don’t […]
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The morning of the 21st of May was not looking promising, with an endless low cloud and drizzle that seemed as if it could last all day, as a few people clustered around the Wester Ross Salmon sheds while waiting for the boat. We had resigned ourselves to the fact that not many people were […]