The magnificently restored Stevenson Lighthouse is a triumph for the Colonsay & Oransay Heritage Trust, and is attracting attention from on high.  On Saturday 6th June, it is to be visited by the Lighthouse Commissioners and members of the executive of the Northern Lighthouse Board, who will also visit the Rubh a’ Mhail lighthouse lens, which is preserved in the gardens of Colonsday House.  It is now securely sited in the Glebe and will hopefully be an additional feature of interest to persons enjoying the 2km wildlife trail which has been established in recent years.

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