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The Scottish legend of the Each-uisge

In Scottish mythology the each-uisge is a supernatural water horse that haunts the Highlands. The name each-uisge means water horse in Scottish Gaelic. In Ireland the equivalent is the each-uisace, or Ech-Ushkya and on the Isle of Man they have the cabyll-ushtey. 66 more words


New album release soon!

Stay tuned!

The new album by the Roddy Gordon Band is soon to be released!


Wildlife sightings 26 Mar 2015

Notes from the Discovery Centre team – Alex

Puffins have officially landed! If you haven’t already heard or seen, we saw our first glimpse of puffins on land on Wednesday morning. 769 more words

A Winter's Wail

I don’t tend to believe those who purport
to ‘love the rain'; it’s a terrible, nasty business. It’s the
lifeblood of colds, misery, all things grey… 193 more words

Blogging, Thoughts And Observations

Walk down the Outside Track

Have you ever heard of The Outside Track? If you haven’t, let me enlighten you.

they are a five piece Celtic band. Now, I may be biased because the accordionist is my cousin, but I think they’re pretty darn good. 230 more words


The 2015 Aramis umbrella is here!

Few companies can say that their GWPs (Gifts With Purchase) are collectors’ items (usually they’re they kind of old tat that makes you seriously question your purchase) but the… 59 more words