The Western Isles of Scotland

The Western Isles, also known as the Outer Hebrides, are a 130 mile long string of 119 islands. We visit the largest two - Harris and Lewis. A place where the morning papers arrive in the afternoon and almost everything closes down on a Sunday. Blackhouses, standing stones and tweed make for a beguiling Scottish adventure.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Face-to-Face / Online

SUGGESTED READING

  • Harris in History and Legend - Bill Lawson, John Donald, 2002
  • The Highland Clearances - John Prebble
  • Around the Peat-Fire - Calum Smith, Birlinn 2010

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Harris Amhainnsuidhe Castle, Tweed, MacLeod Stone, Rodel Church and Hotel
  • Lewis Callanish Stones, Dun Carloway Broch, Arnol Blackhouse, Stornoway, Lews Castle

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, students should be able to:

  1. Have a greater understanding of Lewis and Harris.
  2. Be confident of undertaking their own journey to the Western Isles.
$39 Limited

<p>The Western Isles, also known as the Outer Hebrides, are a 130 mile long string of 119 islands. We visit the largest two - Harris and Lewis. A place where the morning papers arrive in the afternoon

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06 Sep
$39 Limited

<p>The Western Isles, also known as the Outer Hebrides, are a 130 mile long string of 119 islands. We visit the largest two - Harris and Lewis. A place where the morning papers arrive in the afternoon

...
14 Sep

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