Join us at this gathering to celebrate nature in this very special location.
One of our two events in the Orkney Islands is only available to book for Orcadians (that’s people living there) or those already visiting the area. This bookable event will take place in the West Mainland of Orkney.
We will also be hosting a special small-scale event especially for the islanders of North Ronaldsay.
15 miles from Kirkwall
Approximately 8 hours
Enjoying live music gigs, storytelling workshops, panel talks, free food and finishing with a short walk carrying a Geolight to help us create patterns and images in the landscape.
Easy walks over relatively flat, grassy areas. The route may be uneven in places and muddy at times.
Please let us know your access needs when you sign up to take part.
The Orkney Islands off Scotland’s north coast boast 5,000-year-old sites in the UNESCO Heart of Neolithic Orkney, 500 miles of dramatic sea cliffs, coastline and idyllic beaches and the opportunity to see wildlife up close.
North Ronaldsay is the furthest north of the Orkney Islands and is a designated Dark Sky reserve. It’s famous for its seaweed-eating sheep, is a hotspot for rare birds and now houses a bird observatory, as well as the tallest land-based lighthouse in Britain.
Images: Sands of Evie & North Ronaldsay seaweed-eating sheep, Visit Scotland, Paul Tomkins