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16 January 2019Your Island Your Choice Round Two - Applications invited

APPLICATION FORM - download here

If you have any problems accessing an application form please contact Christina Cox or Debbie Corrigan for a copy.

All Permanent Residents of Egilsay

How could you improve Egilsay?

Do you have an idea that will make Egilsay a better place foreveryone, under one of these themes:

 

DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY

WORK & LOCAL ECONOMIES

HOUSING & COMMUNITIES

GETTING AROUND

INFLUENCE & ENGAGEMENT

 

Do you need up to £5,563 to put your idea into action?

If the answer is “YES”! Then this could be your opportunity to make your idea happen!

Deadline for applications 31st January 

Meeting to vote on the projects submitted early February

The whole community will be invited to come and vote on the projects they would like to see taken forward

Applications to be submitted to the following members of the Steering group David Basford, Debbie Corrigan 

14 January 2019Main Hall Closed for maintenance work

Egilsay Community Facilities

 

The Main Hall will be closed from Monday 14th January for an indefinite period.

This is to allow maintenance works to be carried out on the floor - End date to be confirmed.

Please check back for updates

Thank You

11 November 2018EGILSAY REMEMBERS - 11 November 2018

The Egilsay Community gathered just before 11am at the War Memorial in the grounds of St Magnus Church Egilsay- listening to the BBC broadcast from the Cenotaph in Whitehall London on a car radio waiting for the salute that signals the start of two minutes silence. Followed by the laying of the Egilsay wreath by the youngest member of our community Amber Craigie.

The names of the Egilsay fallen and the poem 'In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae were read.

Amber Craigie assisted by David Basford Chair of Egilsay Community Association 

'In FLanders Fields' by John McCrae

In Flanders fields the poppies blow

between the crosses, row on row,

that mark our place; and in the sky

the larks, still bravely singing, fly.

Scarce heard among the guns below

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We Are The Dead. Short days ago

we lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow.

Loved and were loved, and now we lie,

in Flanders fields

-

Take up our quarrel with the foe

to you from failing hands we throw

the torch, be yours to hold it high.

If ye break faith with us who die

we shall not sleep, though poppies grow

in Flanders Fields

 

 

10 November 2018Bonfire and Fireworks 2018

Thanks to everyone who helped out and to everyone who came.

It was a perfect autumn night and enjoyed by all.

04 November 2018EGILSAY REMEMBERS - Our page

01 November 2018AGM Minutes September 2018

 

Please click here to download and  view AGM Minutes

 

 

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