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[ DiCiadain, 01 dhen Ghiblean 2020 - DiarDaoin, 30 dhen Ghiblean 2020 ]
Following the recent announcement by the Scottish Government, local Hubs across Scotland will extend their provision of PPE to include unpaid/family carers and personal assistants. Social Care Hubs are…
The Seas of the Outer Hebrides project is seeking your views on how we might best manage our seas for the benefit of people and nature once we have returned to a more normal situation within our communities.
Over the past six months, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar and Community Planning Partners have been working together through the OHCPP’s Anti-Poverty Strategy Group and with food charity FareShare, to bring…
The Alzheimers Scotland Solas Day Centre in Stornoway closed on 13th March due to COVID-19, but employees quickly sprang into action to look at what could be delivered online to continue therapeutic relationships.
Lewis Sport Centre Staff have been redeployed at the Co-operative Supermarket in Stornoway over recent weeks, supporting the ongoing work by the Home Deliveries Department to supply vulnerable people …
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has confirmed, in line with Scottish Government guidance, that Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) in the Western Isles will remain closed.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has today issued more information about the debut broadcast of e-Cèilidh on Saturday 25th April.
Recognising that parents, carers, learners, and of course their teachers and educators, are in need of support, practical ideas and opportunities in these challenging times, three national education providers…
The March murder mystery, held at Stornoway Library in partnership with Alzheimer Scotland Western Isles, is one of the most popular library events of the year.
Comhairle Leader, Roddie Mackay, has provided a coronavirus update for week ending Friday 24th April
In spite of having to close all libraries and pull the mobiles off the road, the Comhairle has continued to provide a full and vibrant service online.
Due to popular demand, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar is expanding the programme of live cèilidhs from Friday 24th April.