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was, as reported at the time, a ‘fearful calamity'.
Black Saturday, so named, happened on the morning of Saturday 19th August 1848 when the scale of the tragedy became obvious.
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The Mey Highland Games has agreed received a major sponsorship package totalling 15k with from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), the executive non-departmental public body responsible for the safe clean-up of the UK's earliest nuclear sites.
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To recognise and remember all those seafarers who lost their lives, a Seafarers Memorial Group has been established with the aim of designing and erecting an appropriate memorial that will provide a lasting place of remembrance.
40 boats sailed out with the flotilla into Wick Bay where wreaths were laid The Highland Council is warning the public of the presence of an algal bloom at Loch Watten, Caithness, following an examination of sample water on Monday (12/08/19).
Today Denis works as an independent artist and engraver at his studio in Wick.As a precautionary measure, environmental health have posted notices next to the water body, warning that contact with the algal scum or material should be avoided.Adjoining landowners and fishing interests have been advised of the situation as have NHS Highland and SEPA.A fine model of the Wick steam drifter Lottie (WK 15) has been bequeathed to The Wick Society by the family of late Mr Jack Slorach, who served for decades at the school dentist for the county of Sutherland.
Lottie is unique in being the only stream drifter built at Wick that went on to spend her entire 40-year career based at the Caithness port.And with over 1,000 squadrons across the UK, you could be one of them.