New Ceumannan II manager seeking a Trotternish home

A NEW Staffin Community Trust employee is currently seeking accommodation in Staffin/Trotternish.
Angus Murray will run Ceumannan II’s activity programme – working with local schools, older residents, families/children, visitors etc – and have a range of other key responsibilities, including the project’s re-branding, marketing, website, interpretation etc. http://staffin-trust.co.uk/skyes-eco-museum-ceumannan-ii-2
Angus, who is 30-years-old and hails from from the Western Isles, is ideally looking for a two-bedroom, or three-bedroom house/flat. 
The full-time post is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund for the next three years. 
A formal announcement ...
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Columba 1400 cafe becomes 14th entry on Staffin biz listings

A POPULAR cafe has become the latest addition to the rapidly growing online Staffin Business Directory.

The Columba 1400 Cafe, which is open from 10am to 8pm, is now featured on the local business listings with information about the building, menus and the ethos behind its work with young people. http://staffin-trust.co.uk/food-drink-3

The Staffin Community Trust sets out to help promote ALL the businesses in the community and boost the Taobh Sear economy by promoting them online via its popular website. The directory features an array ...

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Hefted hill sheep reported missing from Trotternish grazings

SKYE police are investigating the alleged theft of more than 30 sheep from graziings near the Trotternish Ridge. 

Alarmed stockmen in the Linicro Sheep Stock Club had noticed in the past five to six weeks that some of their livestock were missing. They had hoped the sheep would reappear but subsequently reported their loss to Police Scotland at the end of last week.

Officers have now issued an appeal for information following the suspected theft of the well-bred Blackface sheep. The animals vary in age and ...

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Next Staffin Community council meeting: 11.5.17

THE new Staffin Community Council meets for the second time next week after it was re-established earlier this year.

The community council will meet on Thursday, May 11 at 7pm in Staffin Primary School. A representative from Police Scotland will be in attendance, generally to discuss police matters but specifically in relation to dog fouling and littering. The members are Jen Shanks, Ann Marie Ferguson, Mairi MacDonald, Barbara Whitehead, Isobel MacDonald and Chisholm Campbell. 

The community council is a statutory body which provides representation for ...

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