Western Isles Community Sites
The Isle of Berneray Community Web site
This website brings together information for the Berneray community and visitors to the island.
Residents can find out what's happening locally, obtain information about local groups, advertise their businesses, and access bus and ferry times.
Visitors can discover how to get here, where to stay and what to do and see. Find out about the island's history and learn about its abundant flora and fauna.
Isle of Barra
The Isle of Barra Internet Shop is Open - with weekly news articles as well as sections dedicated to tourism, history, the authorities and learning gaelic.
The Scaladale Centre is a newly built residential centre, situated in Ardvourlie on the Isle of Harris in the Western Isles and is run by Lewis & Harris Youth Clubs Association.
Visit Hebrides is an exciting new campaign to raise the profile of the Hebridean islands of Lewis, Harris, Benbecula, Uists and Barra as a destination of adventure, escape and relaxation.
The Virtual Hebrides is a community website about the The Inner and Outer Hebrides.
Your online guide to the North of Scotland.
On this site you will find all manner of information on the Isle of Scalpay. With clickable maps of the location, history sections and full info on companies based on Scalpay or with strong connections with Scalpay.
Uist On Line
The new internet site exclusive to South Uist, Benbecula, North Uist, Eriskay, Grimsay & Berneray
The Western Isles Community Radio Station. Live music programmes, chat, news, greetings and dedications, ceilidhs - whatever is happening in the islands.
A marine litter awareness site based in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, featuring VR flotsam gallery, biodegradability and pollution source information.
Lionel School serves Ness and the West Side of the Isle of Lewis.
Variety of information on Leverburgh, Isle of Harris. Covers the history of Leverburgh and the current businesses operating from here - from craft shops to web page design.
The Western Isles
A web directory of businesses, organisations and communities across the Hebridean Islands of Scotland, covering The Isles of Lewis and Harris, North and South Uist, Barra, Benbecula, Taransay and environs.
The Islands Book Trust
Michael Robson of Ness, Isle of Lewis, has assembled a unique collection of books, manuscripts and other valuable material on the history of communities in the islands and other parts of Scotland. The collection has now been made available for consultation and research.