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  • The Celtic House | Islay gift, book & coffee shop | theceltichouse.co.uk
    99 Buy Now Show Details Argyll and the Islands A Landscape fashioned by geology 7 95 Buy Now Show Details Argyll and the Western Isles 10 95 Buy Now Show Details Bare Feet and Tackety Boots Boyhood on Rhum 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coulton Their Sky Dragon Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coultoon Their Hebridean Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble and Coultoon Their Bolsa Cave Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details But the Distilleries Went On 30 00 Buy Now Show Details Celadon Rockpool Mug 25 00 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Cuisine 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Names The Meaning History and Mythology 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Names for Children 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Saints in their Landscape 18 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Scotland Historic Scotland 15 99 Buy Now Show Details Claire Macdonald s Inspiring Fish Recipes for Creative Cooks 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Claire Macdonald s Entertaining Solo Delicious Recipes for Single Cooks Who Like to Entertain 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Clyde to Colonsay The Yachtsman s Pilot 27 50 Buy Now Show Details Cradle of the Scots An Argyll Anthology 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Cycling in the Hebrides Island Touring and Day Rides 14 95 Buy Now Show Details Daring to Fly 45 00 Buy Now Show Details Destination St Kilda 19 99 Buy Now Show Details Discover Islay Tartan Throw by Islay Woolen Mill 80 00 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Inner Hebrides 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Islands of Scotland 17 99 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Isles of the West 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Ferry Tales of Argyll and the

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  • A Light Walk | Book Shop, Walking Books | The Celtic House
    12 laps to the mile In stock Buy Now SKU CH PB ALW Categories Book Shop Walking Books Tags lighthouse Walking Books Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description With this background when the Northern Lighthouse Board celebrated its bicentenary in 1986 he made the suggestion that in commemoration of the anniversary he carry out a sponsored walk to raise money for the RNLI calling at all the then manned lighthouses on the Scottish mainland It took the author 58 days in which he covered at least 1100 miles on foot Additional Information Weight 0 314 kg Dimensions 23 2 x 15 7 x 0 9 cm Author Ian Cassells Publisher Whittles Publishing ISBN 978 1870325516 Language English Paperback 160 pages 24 drawings photographs Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Destination St Kilda 19 99 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy Now Show Details The Land Where I Belong Fifty Years in Focus in the Highlands and Islands 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Flora Celtica Plants and People in Scotland 30 00 Buy Now Show Details Tweets RT batelauk HappyValentinesDay all We hope

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  • A Macbrayne Memoir - The Celtic House
    Mac Hebridean Shipping Macbrayne Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description The main part of the book is a collection of memories of the company until 1973 David MacBrayne Ltd based on the recollections of the people who either themselves worked for the firm or who were related to people who did Illustrations include material from family collections and archive There are also from older sources glimpses of what it was like to be a passenger on board and a look at the part MacBraynes and its predecessors played in the development of tourism in the West Highland Other chapter consider economic and political questions affecting the Company and from contemporary material attempt to explain why matters evolved as they did Additional Information Weight 1 9 kg Dimensions 24 1 x 16 9 x 1 8 cm Author Brian Patton Publisher Brian Patton ISBN 978 0956428806 Language English Paperback 282 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Hebridean Islands 10 00 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coulton Their Sky Dragon Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details Hedderwick Shetland

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  • A Poem of Remote Lives - Images of Eriskay 1934 - The Celtic House
    who dabbled in the arts and particulary photography In the suitcase at his death was the postcard sent by his mother from the Isle of Lewis in 1905 which inspired in Kissling a love of the Hebrides which was to last until his death After service in the Iron Guard in World War I Kissling trained for a diplomatic career and in his first posting in Latvia took his earliest surviving photographs His career eventually led him to London but by then he had fallen foul of the Nazis and he was forced to flee the German Embassy in the early 1930s with Hitler s secret police hard on his heels Taking again to his first love the study of people Kissling went on to make the first film in Gaelic on the island of Eriskay and to take a series of photographs of the people of that island as they went about their everyday tasks His film premiered in the presence of the Prime Minister and the now Queen Mother and was made in the same year as two other internationally recognized masterpieces Man of Aran and Triumph of the Will Interned in the Tower of London he survived the war and managed to have his mother and the family fortune smuggled out of Germany in 1945 a year after his only surviving brother committed suicide whilst under sentence of death for his involvement in the Colonel s Plot against Hitler In the post war years he succeeded in picking up his Western Isles connections whilst frittering away almost 2 million until eventually he had to earn his living as a part time writer and photographer in the Scottish Borders A Poem of Remote Lives is the title of Kissling s only film and an apt description of his

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  • A Quiet Life - The Celtic House
    of the unique life of the lighthouse where the mundane activities of a mainland existence become exciting certainly different and often downright near impossible Martha Robertson recounts her growing up in the 20s and 30s and describes the war years and life in the Wrens This is a story of an existence that has disappeared forever as automation puts the seal on lightkeeping as a thing of the past In stock Buy Now SKU CH PB AQL Categories Book Shop History Books Tag lighthouse Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description From their inception and through the early years of the 20th century long before automation lighthouses were manned by keepers often with their families in residence In the case of the Petrie family in 1922 their number included a new arrival Martha Over the years Martha or Mattie as she was nicknamed went with her parents to several lighthouse postings around the British Isles Growing up in the unusual environment that constitutes a lighthouse station where going out to play can be a major hazard Mattie witnessed much of which most children only dream Additional Information Weight 43 kg Dimensions 24 x 17 x 1 cm Author Martha Robertson ISBN 978 1870325714 Publisher Whittles Publishing Language English Paperback 208 pages 78 photographs Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Celtic Names for Children 7 99 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and Eriskay 20 00 Buy Now Show Details Hebrides At War 11 00 Buy Now Show Details A World Apart The Story of Hebridean Shipping 16 00 Buy Now Show Details Tweets RT batelauk HappyValentinesDay all We hope you have a lovely day Batela https t co OueRlenIcg https t co dOArU5LK5R 1 day ago retweeted via batelauk

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  • A Sheep Called Skye - The Celtic House
    belongs So she turns herself into a tourist attraction selling scarves and tea towels in windy car parks Her ambition is to become a souvenir and live on a mantelpiece Until she discovers a secret that changes everything Only 1 left in stock Buy Now SKU CH HB SCS Categories Book Shop History Books Tags Children s books Skye Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description A Sheep Called Skye is the internationally acclaimed funny and original story that is as much for adults as for children Indeed for anyone with an ear for the bleat of a special sheep and an eye for the beauty of the island that bears her name Additional Information Weight 0 314 kg Dimensions 20 5 x 13 5 x 1 8 cm Author S R Harris Publisher S F ISBN 90 76875014 Language English Illustrator Gill Barrett Hardback 103 pages illustrations throughout Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Hannah Titania A True Fairy Tale 13 00 Buy Now Show Details Destination St Kilda 19 99 Buy Now Show Details Last of the Free A History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 8 99 Buy Now Show Details Hebridean Islands 10

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  • The Celtic House | Islay gift, book & coffee shop | theceltichouse.co.uk
    and the Islands A Landscape fashioned by geology 7 95 Buy Now Show Details Argyll and the Western Isles 10 95 Buy Now Show Details Bare Feet and Tackety Boots Boyhood on Rhum 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coulton Their Sky Dragon Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble Coultoon Their Hebridean Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details Bramble and Coultoon Their Bolsa Cave Adventure 6 00 Buy Now Show Details But the Distilleries Went On 30 00 Buy Now Show Details Celadon Rockpool Mug 25 00 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Cuisine 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Names The Meaning History and Mythology 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Names for Children 7 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Saints in their Landscape 18 99 Buy Now Show Details Celtic Scotland Historic Scotland 15 99 Buy Now Show Details Claire Macdonald s Inspiring Fish Recipes for Creative Cooks 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Claire Macdonald s Entertaining Solo Delicious Recipes for Single Cooks Who Like to Entertain 14 99 Buy Now Show Details Clyde to Colonsay The Yachtsman s Pilot 27 50 Buy Now Show Details Cradle of the Scots An Argyll Anthology 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Cycling in the Hebrides Island Touring and Day Rides 14 95 Buy Now Show Details Daring to Fly 45 00 Buy Now Show Details Destination St Kilda 19 99 Buy Now Show Details Discover Islay Tartan Throw by Islay Woolen Mill 80 00 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Inner Hebrides 12 99 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Islands of Scotland 17 99 Buy Now Show Details Exploring the Isles of the West 9 99 Buy Now Show Details Ferry Tales of Argyll and the Isles 9 99 Buy Now Show

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  • A Very Canny Scot - The Celtic House
    Tags Daniel Campbell Islay Scottish History Description Additional Information Product Enquiry Product Description Raised amid the violence of the late seventeenth century Highlands he left home to make his fortune initially trading illegally with the English colonies of North America and the Caribbean Eventually his mercantile success laid the foundations of Glasgow s role in global trade and he became one of the richest men in Scotland An ardent anti Jacobite he sat in the last Scottish Parliament before the Union with England in 1707 and was appointed as one of the Commissioners to negotiate the terms of the Act as well as of the Equivalent the compensation paid to Scotland by England Daniel commissioned one of Scotland s earliest Palladian buildings the Shawfield Mansion in Glasgow his house at Woodhall in Lanarkshire was considered amongst the finest estates in Scotland Following the destruction of his new house in the violent Shawfield Riots of 1725 Daniel purchased Islay where a legacy of agricultural improvements changed the face of the island forever Daniel Campbell played a role in many of eighteenth century Scotland s key events Emerging from the shadows for the first time this is a portrait of an ambitious man who was a loyal friend and an inveterate enemy Additional Information Weight 0 53 kg Dimensions 25 x 18 x 2 cm Author Joanna Hill Nicholas Bastin Publisher Two Plus George Ltd ISBN 978 0955622816 Language English Hardback 128 pages Product Enquiry Name Email address Enquiry Related Products Last of the Free A History of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland 8 99 Buy Now Show Details The Land Where I Belong Fifty Years in Focus in the Highlands and Islands 20 00 Buy Now Show Details A Unique and Precious Culture The Changing Face of South Uist and

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