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Scottish Salmon start seaweed trials
THE Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) is pioneering a new and innovative environmental initiative at its award winning Loch Roag site on Lewis – with seaweed. In conjunction with its salmon...
News from The Galley of Lorne Inn, Ardfern, Argyll
Our batteries are recharged for the winter season having managed to get away for a two week holiday with the children (that's the first since we've been here!) to The Outer Hebrides. To anyone who...
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Inverness Leisure Centre Wins Awards
The Inverness Leisure Centre has won two distinctive awards as a result of its recent assessment.  First, they have earned four stars as a visitor attraction from Visit Scotland.  This...
Airdeny Chalets Self Catering Holidays have availability
Our seven comfy 3 & 4 star, 2 & 3 bedroomed cottages offer the perfect hideaway in beautiful Western Scotland. Nestled in 3.5 acres, the chalets look up towards the spectacular Ben Cruachan...
In The Footsteps of Robert Burns
Robert Burns visited the Highlands and North East of Scotland in 1787. During his 'Highland' tour he visited sites of interest such as Culloden Battlefield and castles in the area. Burns was...
Festive Entertainment at The Galley of Lorne Inn
Join the festive fun and games at The Galley, and come along to one of our events: Thurs 29th Dec - Christmas Quiz Fri 30th Dec - Live Music from Danny Carroll Sat 31st Dec - Hogmanay Dinner &...
Appeal for tinned food for Highland rescued animals
KITTENS rescued from the side of the A9 last week are at the heart of an appeal by the Scottish SPCA's Inverness centre for tinned food. The centre is struggling to provide meat for the animals in...
Female osprey returns to reserve
A female osprey whose young are being tracked by satellite has returned to a RSPB reserve in the Highlands for an eighth season. Called EJ, her female offspring of last year were tagged and their...
ugh Grant Makes Plea for Highlanders’ Museum
Hollywood star Hugh Grant is at Fort George today, making an appeal for money to renovate the Highlanders’ Museum.  An estimated £3 million is needed to bring the museum back up to...
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Winter Breaks with Dinner at The Galley of Lorne
Beat the winter blues with a short break to The Galley between 3 January and 31 March 2012! Prices start from £47.50 pppn and includes our mouth-watering 3 course table d'hote menu as well as...
Weaver training to help tweed industry
Twelve people are to be trained as weavers of Harris Tweed amid fears about the industry's ageing workforce. Members of the Harris Tweed Liaison Group, which includes Western Isles councillors,...
Craignish Festival Sat 21st July to Sun 5th Aug incl. (Preview night Fri 20th July)
Plans are well underway for this years festival with The Galley of Lorne Inn aiming to play a major part again. After such a successful string of music nights last year the plan is for much if not...
Forest Workers Find WW2 Bomb on Cawdor Estate
A World War II mortar bomb has been dug up by forestry workers in a remote part of Cawdor Estate, near Nairn. The discovery was made at about 08:50 during a survey of the forest, near Reareach...
Mystery Benefactor’s boost for Museum
THE future of the Hugh Miller Museum and Birthplace Cottage in Cromarty has been secured, thanks to an anonymous donation of £600,000. advertising It means the National Trust for...
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Scottish Mountain award winner announcement due
The latest recipient of the Scottish Award for Excellence in Mountain Culture is due to be named ahead of the Fort William Mountain Festival. Climber and inventor Hamish MacInnes was the first...
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MEP enters ferry row
A Liberal MEP has asked the European Commission to investigate the Scottish government's decision to extend a discount ferry fares scheme pilot. The SNP government has extended the three-year road...
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