Shetland Community Directory
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Gaada is an artist-led initiative facilitating creative projects and workshops with community groups in Shetland.
Global Yell Limited
Music, textile, education and training. Weave and design, vocal music. Hours: 9am to 5pm weekdays, 10am to 5pm weekends. Adults, young people. Community. Updated August 2016
Islesburgh Complex comprises the Community Centre & Youth Hostel. Various community events & festivals are held throughout the year. The Central Cafe is open 7 days a week. 5 star, budget...
NAFC Marine Centre
The NAFC Marine Centre provides high quality accredited and bespoke training; research, development and knowledge exchange provision; expert consultancy and modern facilities. Our clients include...
North Shetland Training Group
To provide training courses on Shetland. Various items from FLT to drystone dyking, sheepdog training, agricultural forklift and crane courses.
Positive Pathways: Autism Training
Positive Pathways is a free training programme for family carers of adults with autism. Positive Pathways will support family carers to reduce challenging behaviours, address specific problems and...
Shetland Arts Development Agency
Shetland Arts Development Agency is a charitable organisation that promotes, supports and develops art in all its forms throughout Shetland. Updated September 2016
Shetland Folkdance established in 1992 to collect and preserve the traditional dances, relevant music and history and research, design and make a folk costume. The group performs at various local...
Shetland ForWirds aims to promote the continued use of the Shetland dialect, in education, recording, publishing and broadcasting, and in the community in general. Our meetings are advertised on...
Shetland Life Drawing
The Shetland Life Drawing group offers creative and exploratory, 2 hourly life drawing sketch sessions and 4 hourly themed workshops. Held in public halls and venues throughout Shetland. We are...
Shetland Needleworkers is a group of adults who like to sew and meet twice monthly between September and May usually in Islesburgh. Fabric Arts probably best describes the diverse interests of...
Train Shetland – Developing Skills provides wide ranging training in Shetland to meet the local workforce needs. Training can range from short half-day courses to accredited courses taking...
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