The 2019 edition of Holiday Arran is packed full of great reads. From Fascinating Facts, Things to Do, Walking and Cycling, What’s On and much more. Find out what the Isle of Arran has to offer.
A year round Cloanaig to Lochranza service may reinvigorate trade between one of Arran’s iconic villages, Skipness, Tarbert, Kintyre and Islay.
Steen’s was one of several local shops on Arran who in the 1920s and 1930s took or commissioned photographs of the island to be turned into postcards each with their own imprint.
‘This study will add information to help to develop conservation projects and to establish policies and laws which would help mitigate one of the most important global issues, plastic pollution in the oceans.’
Santa arrived with the loud ringing of a bell and the children excitedly made their way to the grotto where each one of them got to meet and speak to Santa, and receive a special gift.
With Hallowe’en falling midweek some groups chose to hold their events at the weekend meaning the parties started last Friday and continued until Wednesday.
Visitors from all over the world were welcomed by glorious sunshine which saw them enjoying the selection of music and drams available outdoors in the warm air over the three-day event.
Exhibiting artworks from many of their members, Arran Visual Arts hosted their summer exhibition at the Lochranza and Catacol Village Hall.