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Monument to the Winch

I took a drive out to the top of Lewis, near Port of Ness. A beautiful white sand beach is nearby, light blue waves, dark black rock with green sea moss. 120 more words


Touching the past on the Isle of Lewis, Scotland

The Isle of Lewis is more populous than its neighbour, Harris. The landscape is predominantly flat and therefore more conducive to crofting, Scottish subsistence farming.  It is also rich in peat, which is still extracted and dried today using methods unchanged for millennia, for building, fuel and export.  479 more words


How Breanish Tweed is Made - Video

Here is a link to a short three minute promo showing how Breanish Tweed is made, and giving a little information on our different cloths.


Dun Carloway

Dun Carloway (schottisch-gälisch: Dùn Chàrlabhaigh) ist ein Broch im Distrikt von Carloway an der Westküste der Isle of Lewis in Schottland.


Dun Carloway (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Chàrlabhaigh) is a broch situated in the district of Carloway, on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis. 21 more words


Inverness; Touristination Place

Inverness has seen a huge upturn in visitation these last two years due to the Outlander Effect and renewed interest in the Battle of Culloden and the Jacobite trail. 892 more words


The Hebridean Trilogy by Peter May

This is the land of lost content
I see it shining plain,
The happy highways where I went
And cannot come again.

A E Houseman, ‘Blue Remembered Hills’. 690 more words


Here's to 2017

What a wonderfully busy start we’ve had to the winter term. The children returned, excited to tell us about their winter celebrations at home, and we have welcomed some new children who have settled in so well to Lewis room. 251 more words

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