Islands Explorer - November / December 2014 Issue
delighted that the November / December 2014 issue has been produced.
It contains its usual features as well as some Special Offers
which may appeal in themselves or as gifts for the forthcoming season
Free Scottish Islands Digital Issue
Want a taste of Scottish Islands Explorer?
We have a free digital issue from PocketMags just for you, a gift from us.
Click on the cover opposite to read our special digital issue - which is also available on iTunes - click here
Alternatively we have a free flipbook issue.
Click on the cover opposite to read our special flipbook issue online
Free Scottish Islands Flipbook Issue to Read Online
The Scottish Islands Explorer Store
for a gift for family or friends? Perhaps, considering giving
yourself a treat? With this issue there is a 20% discount
on the prints
of Shetland and Skye produced by top photographer,
are unchanged and now represent even better value. Binders
available at £12.45 and available
at £4.00, both with free postage. There is a wide range
on islands, areas and topics. The credit card facility is secure
and payments will be refunded if the goods fail to please.
Highlands and Islands of Scotland DVDs
available to buy online - Click Here
Islands Explorer was launched in January 2000 and
has featured the work of over 200 writers. It is available in shops
throughout Scotland and by subscription to anywhere in the UK, Europe
and the World. The bi-monthly magazine is published by Ravenspoint
/ December 2014 issue is now on sale.
It is complemented
by a daily blog
providing insights into island life, issues, events and people.
for an interview given by the Editor to Private Island News.
/ December 2014 issue is now available in the shops.
includes items on Mull and Skye,
a visit to Sanday, Orkney, another to Yell,
Shetland , a feature on walking the Backbone of
Barra and another on Dunyvaig Castle, Islay,
items on John Muir, Dolina Maclennan and Oighrig
Keogh, as well as on Island Trees..
Another 'island-crossword' is compiled by Tom
Johnson, whose puzzles appear regularly in the Spectator
and Financial Times, is sponsored by the Islands
Vision for 2020
Always worth a
visit is the Island Quiz from our compiler, David Hoult, who regularly
presents a challenge to those readers wanting to have their knowledge