Outer Hebrides Relocation Service
The Outer Hebrides Relocation Services (OHRS) was started by islanders Angela and David earlier in 2016.
Graemsay - Orkney's best kept secret
I managed to catch up with Sian and as part of my ’10 questions with’ series, I asked her some questions about her life on the beautiful island of Graemsay Orkney
Fair Isle - South Lighthouse
Dave Brackenbury has agreed to take the plunge and answer questions on the South Lighthouse, life on a remote Scottish island and a certain TV series filmed on Fair Isle.
Magic and Mystery
Whilst living on Orkney, Malcolm Russell decided to complete his own Magic and Mystery Tour, traveling and performing a Magic Show on every inhabited island in Scotland.
Out Skerries - Back to the future
Here are the thoughts of 2 school children from Out Skerries Junior High, who live on Out Skerries in the Shetland Islands.
Lismore - Lismore Life
Eva Tombs-Heirman and her husband Sebastian, have recently taken the life-changing decision to move to a Scottish Island – in this case Lismore.
Easdale - Puffer Bar
Keren Cafferty has kindly agreed to answer 10 questions about her busy life on this thriving west coast Hebridean island.
Isle of Auskerry
Teresa Probert kindly agreed to answer 10 questions about her life on Auskerry, a tiny and remote Orcadian island.
Bute - Island Jewellery
I asked Shirley K Lloyd 10 questions about her life on Bute and the difficulties she has faced setting up a business on an island.
Grimsay - Hebridean Candles
10 questions with Robin Spratt from Hebridean Candles about his new life on Grimsay and the challenges he faces to establish his business on a remote island.
Gometra - Living off the grid
One of the interesting points to come out of the interview is that the island is now down to 1 or 2 households and are potentially looking for new people to come and live on the island.
On a mission – a trip to Inchcailloch
Visiting Inchcailloch is a straight forward affair. There is an on demand ferry from Balmaha on the east side of Loch Lomond. It is one of the few islands within Loch Lomond that it is accessible to the public and attracts around 20,000 visitors a year. It is also one of the most interesting.