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This page was updated at 1pm on Wednesday 23th June 2021
The Limpet is a monthly newsletter for residents and former residents of Stronsay

There is an email list which is used to distribute timely information of interest to current residents of Stronsay.
This list usually repeats information already available via Facebook and is for folk who do not have a Facebook account.
To sign up for this list or to have your name removed from this list please contact the editor of the Limpet.


The June edition of the Limpet is now available online and printed copies are in the shops
The deadline for the July edition of the Limpet is 7pm on Sunday 25 July 2021

Downloadable editions of The Limpet


Latest roster for GP and Community nurse

18th June - Wellbeing Week 21-28 June 2021

17th June 2021 - VAO are hiring

4th June 2021 - helipad at Balfour - survey result

31st May 2021 - invitation to tender for replacement windows in Manse

MONDAY 31 MAY 2021 - Rev David Locke has accepted the post of minister in Stronsay.
He and his family hope to take up residence in the Manse in August/September.


Orkney Ferries timetable 1 June 2021 to 26 September 2021

Loganair timetable 21 February 2021 to 30 October 2021


Converted 8mm film (16 megabytes) of "Shadowfax"(courtesy of Colin Moss)

STRONSAY CRAFT TRAIL

STRONSAY RANGER (closed for 2021 season)

STRONSAY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BLOG

ORKNEY ISLANDS COUNCIL - SCHOOL CALENDAR 2018-2021

STRONSAY KIRK'S WEBSITE

ONLINE ORKNEY NEWS

Stronsay Limpet's contact details:
Email address editor@stronsaylimpet.co.uk

Postal address "The Editor, Stronsay Limpet, Claremont, Stronsay KW17 2AR"

Handy links for the latest travel information:
Orkney Islands Council - school transport
Orkney Ferries News - Orkney Ferries Fares
Northlink News
Pentland Ferries News
Loganair - bookings for Orkney inter-island flights

WEATHER FORECAST
A weather forecast available on the web

Take a tour of Stronsay starting from the pier where the ferry arrives
or
see an aerial view of Whitehall village (from the RCAMHS website)