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Impact of Brexit beginning to be felt at amenity trust
Marine / Boat week’s ‘financial viability still open to question’
Amenity trust elects four new trustees
Energy / Concerns raised over impact of proposed Yell wind farm
Community / Royal visit cancelled at last minute
Prince Charles to head north
Promote Shetland - Shetland Pride of Place
Community / ‘Aladdin’s cave’ of museum artefacts runs out of space
Amenity trust writes off massive Hay’s Dock debt
Blackadder steps down as trustee after three decades
News round-up / Nature festival, crofter competition, Northlink app
Amenity trust hoping to attract repeat visitors
Business / Rocky partnership between amenity trust and chocolate maker
Amenity trust reduces end of year loss
Heritage funding bid unsuccessful
Community / Museum cafe to reopen under new operatorsNew lease of life for museum outlet
Arts / Grayson Perry vases to head north
Discussions ongoing over Hay’s Dock coffee shop
Marine / End of the line for Nil Desperandum
Marine / Nil Desperandum to be scrapped
News round-up / New space project partnership, wedding fashions and chippie recognised
End of line for trust’s can recycling scheme
Community / Museum visitor numbers dwindle despite tourism surge
Coffee shop and cafe planned for Hay’s Dock
Letters / A UNESCO designation too many
Work ongoing on World Heritage bid
Business / Amenity trust boss to apologise to Hay’s Dock staff memberThe loss-making restaurant closed on Saturday unable to respond to new local competition.
Amenity trust reshuffle completedA FORMER head of rural development with the National Park Authority is joining Shetland Amenity Trust’s new management team as its head of engagement next week.
Business / Hay’s Dock Cafe Restaurant closesHAY’s Dock Cafe Restaurant in Lerwick has closed with the loss of five jobs after facing “very challenging trading conditions”.
Significant leak at lighthouse tearoomTHE STEVENSON Room at the Sumburgh Head Lighthouse – which offers panoramic views across the sea – is likely to be out of action for a number of months after suffering significant water damage in recent bad weather.
Unst projects could bid for heritage fundingMoney is available from Scottish Natural Heritage.
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