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St Martin’s Councillor Calls For Action Over ‘Mini Moorwell Alp’

St Martin’s Councillor Calls For Action Over ‘Mini Moorwell Alp’

St Martin’s has developed a “mini Moorwell Alp” according to island councillor Colin Daly. And the man who handles the island’s waste, Richard Morton, estimates there are now forty skip loads of rubbish filling the former clay pit dump. But there are differing views on how the rubbish mound can be tackled. The Council’s waste […]

Star Castle Job Vacancies

Zoe from Star Castle has emailed Radio Scilly because they are looking for casual waiting staff for the remainder of the season. Previous experience is essential as they will stepping in to a busy environment. Call Zoe or James at the hotel on 01720 422317, immediate start. All the latest jobs air between 8 and […]

Tourism Businesses Should Celebrate Individuality Says Outgoing Hotel Manager

Tourism Businesses Should Celebrate Individuality Says Outgoing Hotel Manager

Tourism businesses in Scilly should highlight their individuality and unique differences. That’s the message from Joan Shiles, who left St Mary’s Hall hotel after four years of managing the business yesterday. Joan says moves to present a united tourism approach through the Islands’ Partnership are fine but that shouldn’t mean quirkiness or uniqueness within businesses […]

‘Biggest Game’ In Islands’ Cricket Calendar Taking Place Today

‘Biggest Game’ In Islands’ Cricket Calendar Taking Place Today

Island cricket fans could be in for a good game on Tresco today, on the second day of the MCC cricket tour. The visiting players, who come here every summer, used to play in just one match but now it’s been extended to two games to make better use of their time on the islands. […]

Tresco Raft Builders To Take To Water This Sunday

Tresco Raft Builders To Take To Water This Sunday

Less than a month after St Mary’s amateur raft builders showed their boat building skills, islanders and visitors are being encouraged to enter Tresco’s own raft race on Sunday. Organiser James Druce says up to 20 home-made vessels have entered in previous years. Entrants will need to cross from the Flying Boat Club slipway to […]

Health And Wellbeing Meeting Cancelled

Health And Wellbeing Meeting Cancelled

Councillors will have to wait to discuss medical winter travel and a charter for disabled children. Yesterday’s Health and Wellbeing Board meeting was called off because of the weather. A number of mainland health and wellbeing professionals sit on the committee and they couldn’t get over to the islands because flights were delayed through poor […]