• Blue-Green Algae Bloom

    Recent samples taken at Loch Braigh na h-Aoidhe (Braighe Loch) Isle of Lewis have indicated the presence of blue-green algae. As a precautionary measure, notices have been posted next to the loch, warning that contact with the algal scum should be avoided. The bloom has the potential to discharge onto Melbost Beach. Dog walkers using the area should take care that their dogs do not come into contact with the algal scum. Image © superfoodliving.

  • Ionad Spòrs Leòdhais

    Please see the updated information on Term 1 After School Activities and the latest Timetable and Price List for the period Friday 18th August - Friday 13th October.

  • Programme of Community Classes

    Attached is the latest booklet for classes  in Lewis and Harris running from September to October 2017.  Please share freely!

  • Levels of Shellfish Toxin back to Safe Levels

    Monitoring work undertaken on behalf of Food Standards Scotland has identified that the high levels of shellfish toxins identified in East Loch Roag in Lewis on 13 July 2017 have returned to safe levels.

    The warning against eating shellfish from this area has now been lifted. Image © marlerblog.

  • OHCPP Welcomes Care Inspectorate Report

    The Outer Hebrides Community Planning Partnership has welcomed a Care Inspectorate report which highlights good progress has been made on improving services for children and young people in the area. Image, OHCPP.