National Trust for Scotland: Fair Isle
Fair Isle is one of Britain's most remote inhabited islands. It is situated approximately halfway between the Orkney and Shetland islands. Despite its far-flung location and air of peaceful seclusion, Fair Isle is a hive of industry. The island is famous for its patterned knitwear which is still sold worldwide. Today, the island's craftspeople are busy with boat-building, spinning and weaving, and the manufacture of furniture and stained-glass windows. Bird Observatory: 1 May to 31 Oct, daily.
Fair Isle, Fair Isle, Northern Scotland, ZE2 9JU
Venue contact details
Tel: 0844 493 2238
Event details can change.
Please check with the organisers that the event is happening before making travel arrangements.