http://theblindclub.com/?krigo=mail-order-orlistat-120-mg The Hofn redevelopment is nearing the end. We are now just waiting for floor coverings and then it should be good to go! The youngsters are using it at the moment but I’m sure they will all agree that it will be really nice when it is finished and kitted out with the new furniture.
watch The turbine produced just over 208 MWhs in July which equates to 31% of its capacity and a gross income of just over £29,000. This is slightly more than was produced for the last two years but similar to that which was produced in the first year of production for the same period.
http://oceanadesigns.net/images/granite/multi-red-onyx/multi-red-onyx.jpg The Westray Development Trust Board are pleased to announce that they have confirmed they have allocated £40,000 towards the replacement of the playpark equipment, subject to other funding being successful. It has been very clear to the board that this project has wide community support and is a very important local facility that has been well used. Thanks to […]
THIS PROJECT IS BEING PART-FINANCED BY THE SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT AND THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY ORKNEY LEADER 2007-2013 PROGRAMME [clearleft] (July 2012) The Hofn is now 12 years old and was very much in need of refurbishment. Some interior work has been done and we have received grant funding from the Orkney Islands Council Community Development Fund […]
Tenders have been invited for an extension to the Hofn. Along with this the whole building inside is getting makeover with new paintwork and new furniture, etc. The current youth group have been very instrumental in getting this going and a huge thank you goes out to them for their enthusiasm and hard work. The […]
The young folk of the island held a very successful jumble sale in January to raise funds for various youth groups. A group of representatives from the Hofn attended the WDT board meeting in February and handed over £500 to the Chair, who emphasised that the young folk who use the Hofn would have a major […]
Prior to the Westray Conference in 1998, the lack of youth facilities was well recognised. A typical Saturday night for teenagers in Westray meant meeting up at the public toilets. A Youth and Children subgroup was determined to meet the needs of Westray’s young folk, and consulted with and actively involved them in planning. The […]