Chairperson of The Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee, Councillor Trish Robertson, said the festival is the premier event of its kind in Scotland.
There’s a question that crops up in quizzes designed to trap the unwary: which bird has the scientific name Puffinus puffinus? The answer is more amazing than you think…
Every September fledgling Manx shearwaters fly from their burrows on Rum to begin an epic migration to South America, but, lured by lights, many are crash landing into Mull where they can’t take off again – without your help!
Fishing is one of the most dangerous industries, with the rate of fatalities being approximately 100 times higher than that of the UK general workforce
Scotland’s salmon farmers have set up a £1.5 million fund for projects tackling the fall of wild salmon and sea trout stocks in Scottish rivers
The event is the second Tea and Trees with Crofters to be held with the first one attracting the crofting communities from all over Skye, North Uist, Applecross, Lewis and Sutherland.
Argyll’s hotels and restaurants are struggling to capitalise on the best ever UK staycation boom and the end of social distancing, due to staff shortages caused by Brexit, covid, and burnout