The trees have now all been planted at the Community Centre, thanks to a very dedicated band of Deerness folk and friends who braved wind, rain and sleet over the last few weeks.
We hope you will come past and admire all their hard work, and watch as the saplings flouish to become a mature wood in years to come!
Thank you to all who have been involved!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas, and hope 2015 is a peaceful and prosperous one for you all!
Thank you to everyone who has helped out over the year with our many FOSN events and fund-raising activities - we couldn't manage without you!
Don't forget the Kirk will be open again today (Tuesday 11th November) from 10:30 - 11:30am, and from 7:00 - 9:00pm to mark Remembrance Day. There is also a poignant exhibition of photographs and information about the 13 Deerness young man who gaves their lives for their country in WW1.
Article from The Orcadian on the "Tennessee"
Please see the extracts from The Orcadian below for the story about the Tennessee, which ran aground in Deerness in 1940.
Reproduced with kind permission of Sigurd Towrie of The Orcadian.