Who lives on Erraid?
The cottages and buildings on the island are owned by a Dutch family. The community lives rent-free in the cottages in exchange for the maintenance of the land and buildings. The resident group on the island usually consists of between 3 – 10 members, including single people, couples and families.
Can I stay on Erraid?
Stay on Erraid for 1-2 weeks. Participate in two Love in Action weeks to assess whether staying is appropriate. If it is, you can stay for another 10 weeks, fully participating in community life and perhaps taking more responsibility.
Who owns Erraid in Scotland?
The Findhorn Foundation
The Isle of Erraid is owned by a Dutch family, the Van der Sluis. The Findhorn Foundation, via the Erraid Community, have been caretakers of the island for 11 months each year since 1978.
Who owns the island Erraid?
the Findhorn Foundation
The island is privately owned and is home to an intentional community, part of the Findhorn Foundation. There is a well-known anchorage on the western side of the island called ‘Tinker’s Hole’. It is a deep but narrow channel between Erraid and the westernmost of the islets called Eilean Dubh.
Where is Airaid island?
Erraid. lies off the south west tip of the Ross of Mull. Five miles drive from Fionnphort. An hour or two either side of low water, it’s linked to the Ross by a broad expanse of sand.
Is there an American commune in Scotland?
The Findhorn Foundation and surrounding Findhorn Ecovillage community at The Park, Findhorn, a village in Moray, Scotland, and at Cluny Hill in Forres, is now home to more than 400 people.
Where is Airaid Island?
Does Findhorn exist?
The Findhorn Foundation and surrounding Findhorn Ecovillage community at The Park, Findhorn, a village in Moray, Scotland, and at Cluny Hill in Forres, is now home to more than 400 people….Findhorn Foundation.
|Findhorn community members in front of the Ecovillage|
Where is the Iona Community?
It and its publishing house, Wild Goose Publications, are headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, and its activities take place on the island of Iona, Mull, in Argyll and Bute and Glasgow.
Where is the island of Gometra?
Inner Hebrides of Scotland
Gometra (Scottish Gaelic: Gòmastra) is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, lying west of Mull. It lies immediately west of Ulva, to which it is linked by a bridge, and at low tide also by a beach.
Can I move to Scoraig?
Scoraig is only accessible by boat or a five mile walk and its homes and school are powered by wind. Another resident Lisa moved to Scoraig in 1986 after visiting it for a music festival.
Can you visit the Findhorn Foundation?
Guided tours are available through the Findhorn Foundation where you will be shown around the ecological architecture (including the famous whisky barrel houses and Nature Sanctuary), pottery and weaving studios, gardens and much more.