Congratulations to The Nicolson Institute for its performance Fiddler on the Roof!

These are from Stornoway Councillor Charlie Nicolson, who has spoken of the "fantastic musical event" last week.

The best of produce from near and far 21/06/2019

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Vegetables

 

Price Each

 Quantity

Asparagus (UK Wye Valley)

 

£3.95

 

Aubergine

 

£1.55

 

Butternut Squash  

 

£2.40

 

Green Cabbage

 

£1.85

 

Cabbage (White UK)

 

£3.20

 

Cauliflower

 

£1.95

 

Celeriac (UK)

 

£2.40

 

Celery (UK)

 

£1.50

 

Fennel

 

£1.45

 

Garlic Large

 

£0.95

 

Small Garlic

 

£0.65

 

Organic Swiss Chard (150g)

 

£2.50

 

 

 

Price Per KG

Quantity

Beetroot (UK)

 

£2.45

 

Broccoli (UK)

 

£4.35

 

Carrots (UK)

 

£1.75

 

Ginger

 

£5.00

 

Horseradish

 

£15.00

 

Leeks (UK)

 

£3.25

 

Mushrooms UK

 

£5.00

 

Onions (White)

 

£1.95

 

Onions (Red)

 

£1.75

 

Ayrshire Potatoes

 

£1.95

 

Cyprus

 

£1.95

 

Jersey Royals

 

£1.95

 

Peas in Pod

 

£5.95

 

Shallots

 

£5.95

 

Swede (Scottish New Season)

 

£1.55

 

Sweet Potato

 

£2.95

 

White Turnip

 

£3.35

 

 

 

Price Each

Quantity

Little Gem (x2)

 

£1.50

 

Cos Lettuce

 

£1.50

 

Organic leaves

 

£2.25

 

Cucumber

 

£1.00

 

Spring Onions

 

£1.00

 

 

 

Price Per KG

Quantity

Peppers (Mixed Red, Green, Yellow and Orange )

 

£4.50

 

Tomato (Cherry on Vine)

 

£5.95

 

Scottish Tomatoes

 

£4.50

 

Tomatoes (Plum Vine)

 

£3.65

 

Heritage Tomatoes

 

£4.95

 

Fruit

 

Price Each

Quantity

Fugi Apples

 

3 for £2.00

 

Gala Apples

 

4 for £1.50

 

Red Delicious (Washington)

 

3 for £1.50

 

Avocado

 

£1.35

 

Donut Peaches

 

3 for £1.50

 

Gooseberries Tong 250g

 

£2.50

 

Grapefruit

 

£1.00

 

Kiwi Fruit

 

£0.50

 

Lemons

 

£0.50

 

Limes

 

£0.50

 

Yellow Melon

 

£1.95

 

Charentais Melon

 

£2.40

 

Nectarines

 

3 for £1.50

 

Oranges Large

 

3 for £1.80

 

Peaches

 

3 for £1.50

 

Pears (Conference)

 

4 for £1.50

 

Satsumas

 

4 for £1.50

 

Watermelon

 

£3.95

 

 

 

Price per Kg

Quantity

Bananas

 

£1.70

 

Bramleys

 

£2.95

 

Cherries

 

£10.00

 

Chillies Red

 

£15.00

 

Courgettes

 

£2.95

 

Yellow Courgettes

 

£3.85

 

Red Seedless Grapes

 

£5.45

 

Local Fresh Eggs

 

£2.00

 

The following planning applications are pending consideration by Comhairle nan Eilean Siar. 

All information and accompanying documents are publicly available on the CnES website

Isle of Lewis

Wall insulation at Cross Free Church

Cross Free Church has applied for planning permission to provide external wall insulation to rear and south elevations, and to extend the slates, at Cross Free Church, Ness. 

In order to give people a better understanding of the process and timescales involved for dealing with regulatory applications, the Crofting Commission have added information to their website www.crofting.scotland.gov.uk/forms-and-guidance 

This explains the timescales involved for a straightforward case and why some cases which initially seem straightforward can become complex requiring more investigation and thus increasing the processing timescales. 

A co-ordinated approach to safety at sea for all leisure users is part of a new plan by HM Coastguard to proactively protect people from getting into trouble on or in the water.

A meeting held at the Stornoway Coastguard Operations Centre on Thursday (June 6th) brought together maritime leisure groups representing sailors, surfers, kayakers, divers and open-water swimmers to look at ways in which people can be kept safe – stopping dramas from happening and improving the chance of rescue if they do.

Maritime operations specialist Carol Campbell told welovestornoway.com today (Monday June 10th): “It’s really Stornoway Coastguard being more proactive and reaching out to the maritime community. Rather than waiting for things to go wrong and stepping in, we’re aiming for better mutual understanding between leisure users and safety services to reduce accidents at sea.