Outer Hebrides Fisheries Trust

The Sawmill, Marybank, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides

Type:Angling Clubs & Associations

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  2. Built in 1847-51 in the Neo-Gothic style popular in the Victorian era by Sir James…

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  3. Built in 1847, by Sir James Matheson, following his purchase of the Isle of Lewis.

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  2. The Museum and Archive has recently opened at Lews Castle, Stornoway. Exhibitions will…

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  3. The multi-award winning Hebridean Celtic Festival (HebCelt) has been a key feature in the…

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  4. Large aquatic mammal. Strong Profile

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  5. Built in 1847-51 in the Neo-Gothic style popular in the Victorian era by Sir James…

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  6. Gaidhlig (Gaelic in English and pronounced gaalic not gaylic) remains the majority…

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  7. Since our ancestors landed on the Hebrides over 8,000 years ago, sailing and boat…

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  8. In 1263, King Haakon IV of Norway attempted to regain control of the Hebrides and Argyll…

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  9. Gaelic translations to help you with the charts.

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  10. Gaelic translations to help you with the charts.

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  11. Stornoway with its population of about 6000 is the main port and administrative centre on…

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  12. Our Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

    Much local material – Lewisian Gneiss, Borve pottery, Harris tweed – is used in this…

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  13. The New Wine Church
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