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  • Dìleab An T-Siorraidh – A New Gaelic Project For Primary School Pupils

    e-Sgoil is involved in a new project, Dìleab an t-Siorraidh, that has been set up by Sherriff Colin Scott Mackenzie as a testimony to his keen interest in Gaelic.

    The project aims to encourage Gaelic-speaking pupils to use and improve their language skills through a competition for Primary 7 pupils from schools throughout Lewis and Harris.

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  • CnES Economic Development on Facebook

    If you are a Facebook user please take a few moments to visit and 'like' the page to receive regular updates on funding opportunities, projects and people involved in tourism, arts, culture, fisheries and community investment - and more - across the islands. Image © facebook

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  • Are You a Carer?

    HAVE YOUR SAY on setting local eligibility criteria for the provision of support to adult carers and young carers in the Western Isles. Come along to our "Drop in" sessions. The "Local Carers Eligibility Criteria 2018-2021" consultation will open on Friday 26th January 2018, available via the Comhairle's Consultation Hub. Image © Tameside.gov

     
  • A Great way to enjoy this Spring

    Please see the Evening Classes opportunities that are available at Lews Castle College UHI this Spring.

    They range from Art to Indian Cookery , "Learner"Gaelic to "Basic Welding" ,"Timber Carving" to "Upcycling" and others .

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  • Call for Cal-Mac to locate jobs in the Western Isles

    Comhairle nan Eilean Siar's Chair of Transportation and Infrastructure has called on Cal-Mac to locate some of its jobs in the Western Isles.