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Surprise Residents and Visitors Exhibition

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Surprise Residents and Visitors Exhibition

Post by christinej » 11 Jun 2012, 09:33

Vatersay Community Hall
from 21 June 2012

The exhibition describing the animals and plants of the islands and the Outer Hebrides Biological Recording Project is spending the summer on the island of Vatersay. It includes a wonderful selection of photographs enabling you to test your knowledge of the islands' flora and fauna. If you missed the exhibition earlier in the year, now is your chance to see it and a perfect excuse to spending a day on the beautiful island of Vatersay.

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Re: Surprise Residents and Visitors Exhibition

Post by christinej » 27 Jun 2012, 13:13

This exhibition is also on display at
The Walkway, An Lanntair Arts Centre, Stornoway
until end of July 2012, Mon- Sat from 10am till late

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Re: Surprise Residents and Visitors Exhibition

Post by christinej » 29 Oct 2012, 09:32

The exhibition is now on display in the Community Hall, Nothbay on Barra.

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