Monday, 2 May 2016
Many of us can empathise with Ritchie, having seen a chance at a prizewinning shot and not been able to get the camera out in time and on the right setting.
Many thanks to Ritchie for pictures & story.
Sunday, 1 May 2016
here - to find that a recent high tide had removed all trace of it. However, four or five ringed plovers were running around in the vicinity, so we hoped that these were the parents and their young.
Natural History Museum.
In February 2016, the project launched an initial call-out for expressions of interest in Grow Your Own Cinema from voluntary groups from all over Scotland, and Ardnamurchan was one of four areas in Scotland which was shortlisted to be a part of the project:
The project will include:
• Free training day at the Sunart Centre in Strontian, with a Cinema For All project officer and other film-related groups, covering topics such as Film Licensing, Technical Equipment and Event Marketing.
• Funding to cover hire of equipment (if necessary) and film licence for your group’s initial screening.
• Follow-up support and advice from Cinema For All project officer.
The first stage of the project is to send up to five people for a day’s training and information session with other community groups which will be held in the Sunart Centre, Strontian on July 12th. If anyone is interested in being involved or can come along to this day, please get in touch with Dale Meegan on 01972 510322 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ideally, the Development Company would like a cross section of members of the community to be involved.
Saturday, 30 April 2016
One good reason why I think it's Hughie's is that Hughie has all the luck. The nanny was supposed to be having twins, but three popped out. I have a horror that he'll be breeding goats which have as many kids as his sows have piglets.