Leaflet produced by Tiree High School about a film made for a BBC competetion ca. 1985
Leaflet produced by Tiree High School “Notes on the making of `Our island, its ever changing face`”, a film made by secondary school pupils for a BBC Focus/Multibroadcast Video Competition in February 1985 (? – exact year unknown). Despite several setbacks, they achieved 2nd place in a national field of 5000 entries.
Correspondence about coastal erosion on Tiree, 2005
Correspondence between Councillor Ian Gillies, Scarinish, and Scottish Natural Heritage, Alasdair Sinclair, and Argyll & Bute Council, regarding coastal erosion around Tiree following a “disastrous storm” in January 2005, inlcuding photographs of damage at Crossapol and Brock.
Local news and events including the dispute between the trade union Unison and the Council, the wind turbine, Crossapol enterprise zone, youth worker post, the harbour project, an interview with Ian Gillies, the Council budget, a school trip to Glasgow and the results of the cattle sale on 9th February.
Local news and events including the new interactive touch screens, article by local councillor Ian Gillies, a new campsite at Balinoe, the results of the United Auction cattle sale in February, and updates from the WRI and RSPB.
Local news and events including the community wind turbine, The Royal Bank`s fundraising event, article by councillor Ian Gillies, changes to CalMac`s discount scheme for disabled drivers, nomination of Skipinnish for Dance Band of the Year award and an article about tea tree oil.
Local news and events including the visit of eleven Swedes, a design for a new Tiree flag, letter from the councillor and the cost of fuel freight, updates on the community wind turbine, A`Bhuain and broadband, the visit from Strathaven pipe band, United Auctions lamb and sheep sale, and news from the WRI, RSPB, Argyll College and the school.
Local news and events including the debut CD by the band Skerryvore, an update by the Development Partnership, the local councillor`s views on `wild camping` and CalMac services, the Iron Age strike-a-light in An Iodhlann, the Tiree Archaeology Day sponsored by the Heritage Society, free energy audits for businesses, Glasgow Children`s Holiday Scheme, CEDP funds for Community Projects, and the Highlands and Islands Croft Entrants Scheme and news from the church.
Local news and events including Rosemary Omand`s 35 years service at the bank, Tiree`s team in Stramash`s Adventure Race, `Take the Floor` recorded at An Talla, houses for sale at the Tank Farm, Kate Brown and Neil MacCallum`s wedding, article by Councillor Ian Gillies, report on the Tiree Association AGM, the `Raising Cain` gig, the WRI sponsored walk and news from the Golf Club, Youth Club and Tiree Community Broadband.
Local news and events including the Community Development Plan, article by Councillor Ian Gillies, Skipinnish records winning the Scottish LiveWIRE award, the coming War Child gig, and the Flower book of Coll and Tiree.