Tiree is surrounded by amazing beaches, large and small. Add to that the island is one of the sunniest places in Britain. When the sun shines on the shallow waters that wash the beaches the sea turns the most wonderful shades of blue. It is consequently sometimes referred to as the ‘Hawaii of the North’. […]Read more "“It’s Island Life”"
‘Here on Tiree it’s not no crime, it’s low crime.’ Generally speaking the island is a secure space. So when there is crime the community feels the pain. Likewise on Tiree it’s not that there are no trees. It’s just a fact that there are very few trees. So you miss Mainland autumn colours. Historically […]Read more "Show Stopper"
Sadly we missed what proved to be an exciting community event. Row Around Tiree organised by the Tiree Maritime Trust was held in An Talla (The Community Hall) and such was the community support that another event is planned for mid-summer’s day. Although an island, Tiree has not been a major fishing community. Known as […]Read more "The Noust"