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Scilly’s Council Clarifies How Planes Affect Their Computers

Scilly’s Council Clarifies How Planes Affect Their Computers

The Council has issued a detailed explanation of the technical problems affecting IT equipment at their Porthmellon offices. Their claim that flights were causing communication problems with their computer systems have been ridiculed by some locals in comments on ScillyToday. On Monday, Council Chairman Amanda Martin told Radio Scilly that they were quitting the site […]

Finance Manager Five Islands School

Finance Manager Vacancy – At Five Islands School The School is looking for an experienced, qualified and enthusiastic Finance Manager with excellent organisational skills to join their administration team. This is a permanent post for 22.5 hours per week, 38 weeks term time plus 4 weeks in the school holidays and 5 inset days pro […]

Assistant Required At Healthwatch Isles Of Scilly

Healthwatch Isles of Scilly is recruiting for a part time Project Assistant to assist the Manager and to develop the Healthwatch information provision and signposting function. Hours: 10 per week, can be worked flexibly. Salary: £10.30 per hour. Phone 423450 to request an application pack or collect a pack from Island Home Hardware. More information […]

Lagan Construction Urgently Need Accommodation This Weekend

If you have any room available or space on ANY island for Lagan Construction workers this weekend- gig weekend, please call Carol on this number- 07825 167569.

Scillonian III Given Brussels Green Light

Scillonian III Given Brussels Green Light

Transport regulators in Brussels have given the green light for the Scillonian III to continue operating on routes between the mainland and Scilly. That’s according to a report by Justin Stares, the Editor of European shipping news website, maritimewatch.eu. Safety modifications agreed by the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency and the Steamship Company have brought […]

Children’s Services Seek Views on Carn Gwaval Transport

Children’s Services Seek Views on Carn Gwaval Transport

The Council’s Children’s Services team are keen to hear the views of residents about travelling to and from the Carn Gwaval campus. Children’s Manager Joel Williams says the number of people using the site has increased massively in the last few years. This follows the building of the new school, sports hall and Health and […]

Watersports Enthusiasts To Attempt World Record Challenge From Scilly

Watersports Enthusiasts To Attempt World Record Challenge From Scilly

A team of international watersports enthusiasts will attempt to set three world records next month for the fastest man-powered crossing between Scilly and Sennen. They’ll be making their way across the 50km stretch of water, one of the busiest on the planet, on paddleboards, ocean skis and kayaks. Organiser Glenn Eldridge says it’s taken almost […]

Scilly To Get Its Own ‘Bee World’ This Summer

Scilly To Get Its Own ‘Bee World’ This Summer

Scilly will get its own ‘Bee World’ this summer, courtesy of the islands’ Women’s Institute. It’s part of a national campaign to halt the decline in the insect’s numbers. WI member Pam Manning says the Carreg Dhu garden committee has given her permission to convert around 100 square metres into a wild meadow, the favourite […]

Scilly To Encourage More Visitors From Devon

Scilly To Encourage More Visitors From Devon

The Islands’ Partnership is working with Tresco and Skybus in a campaign to encourage more visitors from Devon. Tourism Coordinator Amanda Pender says Scilly will be represented for the first time at next month’s Devon County Show. The tourism body has been analysing postcodes of places where many Scilly regulars live. There’s a cluster between […]

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