The piershed at ferry time is the place to find out what’s going on – sometimes the stories are even true!
*A commercial diver found a very rich scallop bed yards from the island shore at (withheld)* A yacht dragged its anchor and was only stopped half a mile from the pier when it went through a patch of thick kelp*Sports day in July is going to be bigger and better with a Commonwealth Games grant to help*Jim is gearing up to do his Queen’s Baton run shortly*The police are still investigating the van theft*The rugby festival looks like being the biggest yet*Colonsay Brewery had atrial porter ale on sale in the hotel*This month’s “first person” held over for lack of space*
There will be an exhibition of work by Brian Hindmarch in the Old Waiting Room, beginning with an Opening Evening on Sunday the 20th July between 6pm & 8pm.  Brian will be showing a variety of pictures including drawings, etchings, paintings & prints of Colonsay and other Scottish landscapes, and the exhibition will run until Friday the 25th July. He will also be giving a talk about his work, etchings and photography on Wednesday the 23rd July at 7pm in the gallery.  All Welcome!


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