Only four miles long and one mile wide, North Ronaldsay offers visitors an ideal day of leisurely cycling. The North Ronaldsay Trust is pleased to provide bicycle hire to visitors.
The North Ronaldsay Sheep Festival is a working holiday like no other: the opportunity to discover a new skill or further an existing ability while helping to conserve and preserve a piece of living history.
North Ronaldsay has long offered golfers one of the most picturesque and remote golf courses in all of Scotland.
Progress on rebuilding the sheepdyke!
Something about the new members are and what it is for and how it will be used.
Windy weather is a daily part of life on North Ronaldsay, and now that turbine technologies are tested and affordable investments, the NRT has purchased and installed six wind-powered Eoltec Scirocco 6KW capacity turbines.
Over the past 200 years, the Old and New Kirks have served an important role in the history and culture of North Ronaldsay. The Kirks Project will uphold this tradition when both buildings become locations where a wide array of activities can take place.
One of the jewels among Orcadian architectural treasures, the Old Beacon stands as a symbol of the island of North Ronaldsay. The North Ronaldsay Trust is currently developing a project plan to make this unique, historic site an extraordinary tourist attraction.
Time and Date TBA, 2017, Community Centre. Members are encouraged to attend.