Friday, 18 December 2015
Hospitality and Heritage
The Court of Session in Edinburgh has decided in favour of an application for Lews Castle in Stornoway to be developed as a centre for hospitality and heritage. The details are to be found in The Scotsman: some insights into an earlier proposal for a Gaelic Museum are with Culture24 with their photograph above; and an oversight was provided by the late Adrian Warren below and is available, with other aerial images for which he was responsible, from the Last Refuge Photographic Archive.
Scottish Islands Explorer - new issue in shops today; with subscribers soon