Sound of Gigha – the book

Here are the windswept team who put the Sound of Gigha together. The two artists – Julia Griffiths and Ann Thomas – are in front (Julia is holding a copy of the book). My son Peter, who did the layout (with help from Nicole of Tarbert Arts and Leisure Centre) is at the back on the left and I’m standing next to him.

We’re on the beach at Ronachan, with the dun in the background (mentioned in the book).

It was a great inter-generational project, with us all working well together. It took about 7 months from start to finish. If you’d like a copy I have some available, so do contact me.

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About edwardtyler

I live in Kintyre, the long peninsula acting as a natural breakwater for the Firth of Clyde, west of Glasgow. A Permaculture and Transition practitioner, I am working with fellow community activists to co-create a resilient and vibrant local bioregion.

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