For the fifth year running the RSPB Seabird Tracking and Research (STAR) team has returned to Colonsay for the summer months. This year the team consists of Tessa Cole, who is well known to many residents after four seasons on the island and Ruth Brown, who is new to the project but has previously worked on seabird tracking studies in both Antarctica and Hawaii. Tessa and Ruth will be working at the seabird cliffs on the west coast of the ...
A major event to mark the centenary of the death of the first professor of Celtic studies at Edinburgh University, Colonsay born Donald MacKinnon, is taking place on the island this month.
The aim of the conference is to mark the 100th anniversary of Donald
MacKinnon’s death by looking at aspects of his illustrious life and work, and
shining a spotlight on the outstanding human and natural heritage of his
native island. It is hoped that, by celebrating Colonsay’s past, the ...
There is a moment in everyone’s life when they have the ultimate realization… an epiphany if you will. They realize that beyond everything that this world has to offer, beyond our lives, beyond our wars, beyond our loves, and beyond our hate, that there is so much more out there… Yes my friends it is the realization of insignificance. The moment when each of us realize how infinitesimally small we are in the grand design of the universe. In that ...
The Isle of Colonsay’s online community newsletter
Issue 266, February 2014.
Table of Contents
Community’s purchase of hotel falls through
Burns’ Night 2014
A tribute to Mrs Flora MacNeill
2014 Colonsay Book Festival
McNeill ancestry enquiry
Isle of Colonsay Golf Club
Seal pups at Ardskenish
COMMUNITY HOTEL PURCHASE FALLS THROUGH
The Colonsay community has been preparing a bid to buy the hotel in Scalasaig for ...