Tales From The Isle Of Harris
Join us every week for a new chapter of our island story.
The Blue Men Of The Minch
Posted on 17 February, 2023
In the wild stretch of seas around the Shiants there swims The Blue Men Of The Minch...
How To Have A Winter Cèilidh
Posted on 11 November, 2022
Double down on your Hebridean hospitality with 7 simple steps to help your own winter cèilidh go with a swing...
How To Have A Harris Cèilidh
Posted on 07 August, 2022
To help you have a Harris Cèilidh of your own here are seven simple steps to help the night go with a swing…
The Cailleach: Two Tall Tales From The Cèilidh House
Posted on 23 July, 2022
Before the time of humans and history, there were giants living in Harris!
The Cusp Of Summer
Posted on 03 June, 2022
The first of June is considered by many to be the first day of meteorological summer, but the solstice is still some weeks off...
Tales From The Cèilidh House
Posted on 29 May, 2022
Our Global Harris Cèilidh is now underway for 2022 as we bring this age-old Outer Hebridean trad...
The Return Of The Cèilidh
Posted on 13 May, 2022
The Harris Cèilidh is back, taking the life-affirming warmth and welcome of our island and its people to the wider world once more.
Share The Success Of Seallam!
Posted on 17 April, 2022
We're pleased to support an exciting endeavour by the Northton Heritage Trust to secure the future of local historian Bill Lawson's legacy...
Remembering The Sabbath
Posted on 10 April, 2022
Sundays here in the islands have traditionally been a day of rest, an opportunity to down tools and decompress from daily work demands...
The Snow Of The Lambs
Posted on 01 April, 2022
The lambing season is upon us, a sure sign of spring and a reassuring spark of joy alongside the bursts of bright yellow daffodils and gorse blooms.