The public are asked to nominate noteworthy individuals to be celebrated with a plaque.
Nominations have now opened for the 2019 National Commemorative Plaque scheme.
Historic Environment Scotland (HES), who administer the scheme, are asking the public to nominate individuals from Scottish public life.
With little over three weeks to go to the start of this year’s HebCelt, the festival HQ opened yesterday (Monday June 24th) in Stornoway town centre, with festival workers Megan Macsween (left) and Eilidh Jenkins seen above.
A crowd including pupils from Stornoway Primary, Laxdale Primary and the Nicolson Institute gathered today in Perceval Square in the centre of Stornoway to mark the beginning of Armed Forces Week, which culminates in Armed Forces Day 2019 which will be held on Saturday 29 June.
The Nicolson Institute pipe band opened proceedings with a musical performance which was followed by a minute’s silence.