Upcoming events at Ceann na h-Àirigh:

Thu 01, 15 & 29 Jul 2021Grimsay Archaeology Walks10.15am£5 ea or £15 family

Guided walk to Grimsay Wheelhouse and Dun Ban

More details HERE

Lunch can be booked at the same time, let us know if you wish to reserve a table

Booking essential: info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Tue 17 – Sun 22 Aug 2021“Wonderful Woods” – Grimsay natural heritage weekVarious

See full programme HERE

To book or for more details, contact GCA on info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Tue 17 Aug 2021Workshop: Scottish Herbalism10am – 4pm£45

Introductory talk, herb walk/foraging/discussion and remedy making. Full details HERE

Light lunch, information sheets and all materials included.

To book: info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Wed 18 Aug 2021Sketching Woodland in Charcoal10am – 1pm£15

Draw woodland scenes with simple materials. More details HERE

Includes the chance to make your own charcoal (3pm, Tue 17 Aug)

To book: info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Wed 18 &

Thu 19 Aug 2021

Workshop: Basket Making




Learn how to make a rustic frame / Celtic basket. More details HERE

Light lunch and materials included.

To book: info@grimsay.org / 07789 306223

Tuesday & Wednesday

Thursday & Friday

Grimsay Boat Haven – book a visit

11am, 12noon, 1pm

11am, 12 noon, 1, 2, 3pm

By donationGrimsay Boat Haven is now taking bookings for COVID-safe visits by individual households.


See HERE for more info.

To book: info@grimsay.org / 01870 603359

Tuesday & WednesdayCIDSIN the grimsay kitchen11am – 1.30pmWholesome soups, barista coffee, speciality tea and good home baking
Thursday & FridayCIDSIN the grimsay kitchen11am – 4pmDana will be serving fresh & seasonal light lunches, barista coffee, speciality teas and good home baking

Reservations not strictly necessary, but we can get very busy, so you are encouraged to book to ensure a table – info@grimsay.org / 01870 603359

25 May – 03 Sep 2021

Exhibition: DRAWN TO NATURE by Jocelyn Anne Rabbitts

11am-1.30pm, Tue & Wed

11am-4pm, Thu & Fri

Botanical illustration and nature studies in graphite and watercolour by local North Uist based artist