Outer Hebridean members at Calanais Visitor Centre will be holding a drop-in information session today from 11am–3pm to look at the Calanais Visitor Centre Redevelopment Project.
The purpose of the information session is to show the local community the plans for the project.
The head architect behind the proposed design will be there to answer any questions that members of the community may have regarding the plans.
The information session will be held in the Farmhouse Gallery.
FREE Energy Efficiency Measures available for Outer Hebrides Tourism Members
There are still opportunities for Outer Hebrides Tourism members to sign up for this fantastic offer. We have had a great response with a hundred and twenty sign ups so far and we have space for up to 300 businesses, so there is still plenty of opportunity to sign up.
This offer is open to all tourism-related businesses, whether you are a restaurant, hotel, gift shop, museum or café. So take the time to sign up and get the benefit of up to £750 worth of FREE energy efficiency measures! Energy efficiency measures have included tumble driers, shower-heads, fridge/freezers, kettles to name but a few.
These energy efficiency measures are available through the Energy Isles Project which is a partnership between Outer Hebrides Tourism and Tighean Innse Gall (funded by Coastal Communities) and you can get more information on our website http://www.hebridean-tourism.org/the-energy-isles-project/ or you can just apply here.
If you are not a member of Outer Hebrides Tourism, you can find out more about membership and how to sign up here.
Tourism Conference 2015
The group is just putting together the final touches to its exciting programme for this year's conference, so make sure you save the date for 6th October 2015 at the Dark Island Hotel, Benbecula or 7th October 2015 at an Lanntair, Stornoway.