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Plan your own Orkney lunch in advance from our downloadable recipe brochure, with links to Orkney suppliers.

Then at 1 o’clock tune in to the Science Festival YouTube channel to hear a One O’Clock Toast to two notable Orcadians of recent years – Albert Spence, vet and community renewables pioneer, and Sheila Spence, local heritage and natural history recorder. The Toast will be given by Prof. Tom Stevenson, and followed by music from Magnus Spence and friends from the Harray Traditional Music Group.

Right after the Toast, the second YouTube link below will take you to our lunchtime livestream where we’ll hear from Tristan Cameron-Harper on his journey north, and Eric Walker looks on the bright side about the night sky.

They’ll round off at 1.20 pm and join us for lunch around one of our online tables. It’s free to attend but numbers are limited, book your place early using this online form.

 

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Right after the Toast, we will continue with our lunchtime livestream and guests Tristan Cameron-Harper and Eric Walker, and you can join from the link below, or by going direct into the Science Festival’s YouTube channel

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