Crofting Connections Phase 2 is funded by the Scottish Government, Heritage Lottery Fund and Highlands & Islands Enterprise. Office space in Inverness has been provided as an in-kind contribution by Scottish Natural Heritage, one of our funders from Crofting Connections Phase 1.
Duncan Ferguson has been associated with Crofting Connections for many years, since his time as head teacher at Plockton High School. His extensive knowledge of education, Gaelic, crofting and culture in the Highlands and Islands are of great benefit to the Crofting Connections steering group and we welcome his recommendations to John Swinney in this article published in the West Highland Free Press on 6th October 2016.Read full article: Education, education, education — West Highland and Island style?
Shakespeare among island megaliths at the summer solsticeRead full article: Somnium Solstitiale: Am bàrd mòr a-measg tùrsachan Leòdhais