If you want to find out more about any of the Partners mentioned here there are a number of web sites which you can log on to. These link you to HLF, the RSPB, Historic Scotland and some of the other partners who support the Scapa Flow Landscape Partnership Scheme.
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)
Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH)
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
The Robertson Trust
European Regional Development Fund
http://www.communities.gov.uk/citiesandregions/european/europeanregionaldevelopment/ply click on to the link to log on to the site.
Also, if you'd like additional information about the projects then click on the links below.
For info on the excavations at The Cairns and at Cantick you can log on to:
www.orkneyjar.com/ You will find the information on the main page. Cantick comes under The Cantick mound that turned square and for details on the dig at the Cairns look under the heading Unravelling centuries of Iron Age activity
Orkneyjar is a wonderful site that contains information on a wealth of Orkney subjects and is a very good place to begin any of your searches
For articles on the excavatons at Howe Broch, Stromness (Dave Lynn) and Searches for the First Settlers of Orkney and the work on the Submerged landscapes in Orkney (Caroline Wickham -Jones) log on to
To find out more about the work of the Orkney Research Centre for Archaeology (ORCA)
Traditional Boat Building
Orkney Yole Association
There is an article in the LIVING ORKNEY magazine on `An Orkney Yole takes shape' - Len Wilson tells the story of the Orkney Yole Association and the traditional boat building poject. This can be found in the April 2008 issue. Back dated copies are held in the Orkney Library, Junction Road, Kirkwall
To find out more about the Orkney Boat Museum log on to
The Boy's Ploughing Match, South Ronaldsay
Traditional Craft Building Skills
The Story of Flotta
Background information on how Christianity came to Orkney
The Norse Mill, The Bu, Orphir
http://www.oat.org.uk/dhl/PAPERS/cb/index.html (notes on the excavation)
Scapa Flow Marine Litter Awareness Raising Project
Natural Heritage Walks
Scapa Flow Common Skate Conservation Scheme
The Landscape and Ecology of the Churchill Barriers
Wild Trout Trust
The wrecks in Scapa Flow
The Aviation Research Group for Orkney and Shetland (A.R.G.O.S)
The smaller islands in the Flow (Cava, Fara, Stroma)
Longhope Lifeboat Museum
We are keen to promote any businesses which offer a chance for people to see and appreciate Scapa Flow's heritage. Please contact us if you think your business should be linked here.
Boat hire for trips within Scapa Flow
If you are interested in volunteering in the countryside there is a very good web site which you can log on to http://www.countrysidevolunteers.org.uk/
A number of websites give the latest news stories and features relating to Orkney.