Grimsay Health Walks

Meet at 11am, fortnightly on Wednesday

A Health Walk is a short, social guided walk adapted to suit the needs of the walkers. The walks are free and can be 10-60 minutes. Why walking? Walking is a simple way to increase your physical activity. It’s good for all round health, can help improve your mood and it’s free – you just need comfy footwear. Our walks are on and around Grimsay and are usually on roads, tracks and sometimes over the sand at low tide. Please dress appropriately! If it’s bad weather, we do strength and balance exercises in our Activity Room.

To join our mailing list: info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Grimsay Craft Café

10am – 1pm, every Wednesday

Join us with your current craft project. Knit, crochet, sewing, quilting, nålbinding, embroidery and more! Whatever your craft, you are welcome for a sociable morning of craft and chat over a coffee!

Spinning in Uist Group

1 – 3pm, fortnightly on Sunday

The Spinning in Uist Group will now hold their meetings at Ceann na h-Àirigh on a permanent basis.

All those with an interest in spinning and other forms of woolwork are welcome to attend.

Observers and enquiries encouraged (FREE).

Spinners (small fee per session).

*NEW* Grimsay Folk and Live Music Club

7 – 9pm, monthly on Friday

Please see HERE for more info.

Exhibitions and Displays

Material from our heritage collection is always on display, through photo albums, videos, and permanent items. We also present exhibitions of materials from our own heritage programme and archive collections and occasionally by external organisations. These can be viewed at any time Ceann na h-Àirigh is open. Details of our current exhibition can be found on the Upcoming Events page.

Grimsay Boat Trail

The Grimsay Boat Trail links three locations on Grimsay with our Grimsay Boat Museum, interpreting the past and present of the unique Grimsay workboat and Grimsay fishing. These sites – at Kenary, the Grimsay Boatshed and Bagh Mor – are self-guided and always open. A map is available at Ceann na h-Àirigh.