There’s plenty to interest you if you want to get involved! Find out what’s been happening with the Trust in our area lately, including Village Volunteers, Sinclair’s Bay Creatives, various other project progress updates and we can announce that once again we’ll be providing a warm social space with soup and light lunches for all […]
It’s spooky time in Sinclair’s Bay as Halloween approaches. Can you find the items hidden in Reiss, Keiss and Staxigoe? Download sheet included.
Bring Back the Neep! The lovely Halloween carvers in the Sinclair’s Bay area certainly started us in our quest to bring back the traditional carved Hallowe’en neep! Well done to those who gave it a go – carving a neep is not easy. Luckily we didn’t hear of any lost fingers or thumbs, […]
Find out what we’ve been up to and what’s going on with Sinclair’s Bay Trust in your area with our latest newsletter. The newsletter can be found here: Sinclair’s Bay Trust Newsletter #3 PDF. View to find out what we’ve been up to: SBT Newsletter Issue 3 We’re always keen to hear what people want […]
Our beautiful beach has just been reviewed in the Daily Record as a must-see when doing the North Coast 500. Reiss and Keiss Beaches – Quiet, stunning with wildlife and history all around. Nothing new really – we knew that already! “The breathtaking NC500 beach that’s hidden away and looks like tropical island This isn’t […]
The Battle of Altimarlach is, arguably, the last clan battle ever to take place in Scotland between the Sinclairs and Campbells.
Originally published in the Sinclair’s Bay Trust Community Newsletter #2 You’ll find this monument showing the location of the Chapel of St Tears, or St Tayre, roughly halfway between Castle Sinclair Girnigoe & Ackergill Tower. The foundations are still roughly visible, although overgrown. It’s dedication comes from the tears shed by the mothers at Bethlehem […]
Find out what we’ve been up to and what’s going on with Sinclair’s Bay Trust in your area with our latest newsletter. We’d love some help to help get the message out. If you live in the Sinclair’s Bay area and can help deliver printed copies of the newsletter in the next few weeks, send […]
Shelagh Swanson, Painter and Glassmaker will be kicking off her “Safe Harbour” residency with Sinclair’s Bay Trust with a project called “Safety Net”. Shelagh will be Sinclair’s Bay Trust’s Artist in Residence for the months of May and June! For more info visit https://www.shelaghswanson.com Shelagh aims to create a collaborative community art piece (a […]
Community Newsletter #1 Well, it took a little longer than we had hoped, and previously promised, but like all good things, we think it’s worth the wait! We promised in late February that our newsletter was coming soon. It’s now printed, folded and ready to go! Mailbox drops have been taking place of the past […]