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Bryher Featured In Magazine’s Diary

Bryher Featured In Magazine’s Diary

Popular lifestyle magazine Coast appears to love Bryher. The seaside-focused monthly, which has a 30,000 circulation, features two images of the island in their 2015 diary, distributed with their January issue. A picture of the ‘open’ sign at Richard Pearce’s gallery is used to illustrate March, while Caroline Pearce and Rosalie Tildesley’s sea garden represents August. Richard […]

Scilly Lottery Winner 1st December 2014

Robert Featherstone from Tresco

Maggie’s Moan 1st Dec 2014

Maggie’s Moan 1st Dec 2014

More grumbles with Maggie Perkovic.    

Shipwrecks Of Scilly 1st Dec 2014

Shipwrecks Of Scilly 1st Dec 2014

With Todd Stevens.    

Hugh Town Street Trader Says He’s Quitting Following Council Vote

Hugh Town Street Trader Says He’s Quitting Following Council Vote

A St Mary’s stallholder says he’s going to “throw in the cabbage” and stop selling his fruit and veg in Hugh Town. It follows the Council’s approval of a new Street Trading Policy last week, which bans operations along most of the main roads in Hugh Town. For several years, Phill Deason has been setting […]

Council Powerless To Stop Late Night Noise

Council Powerless To Stop Late Night Noise

The Council has said it’s powerless to tackle late night noise and disorder in Hugh Town and they’ll be meeting with the local police team to discuss the situation. The issue was raised at last Thursday’s Licensing Committee meeting. Discussions on a revised Licensing Policy were dominated by the problems caused by noisy revellers leaving […]

Hopes That Contamination Won’t Delay St Mary’s Quay Works

Hopes That Contamination Won’t Delay St Mary’s Quay Works

It’s hoped that the discovery of contamination at St Mary’s Quay won’t delay or jeopardise the harbour improvement project. Radio Scilly understands that higher levels than expected of legacy pollution have been found in samples of sand and silt taken between the fuel yard and the Mermaid car park. That’s the area which was due […]

Five Islands School Seeking Two New Governors

Five Islands School Seeking Two New Governors

The Five Islands School is seeking two new Governors to join their board. Chairman Ben Julian says letters went out last week encouraging islanders with a child at the school to stand as a new Parent Governor, one of two that sit on the governing body. Ben says that while no special qualifications are needed, […]

Good Turnout For Epilepsy Charity Christmas Market

Good Turnout For Epilepsy Charity Christmas Market

The first major fundraiser for the Epilepsy Society in Scilly certainly won’t be the last. Amy Whyler-Pritchard, who organised Saturday’s morning and evening Craft Fayre at the Atlantic Hotel and Inn says it raised £1,169. And she says the event will return next year, but possibly on another day of the week to make attendance […]