The 2016 Mendelssohn on Mull Festival gets underway on July 3 with an opening reception at An Tobar in Tobermory. Continue reading “Mendelssohn on Mull 2016 venues”
Liz and Martyn Gibson are growing tea on their 10-acre Mull croft. And if that wasn’t impressive enough, their first crop – Isle of Mull “Scottish Antlers” Stem Tea – was given to US President Barack Obama by First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon during her visit to the States. Continue reading “Growing tea on Mull”
Mull just missed out on a top 10 place in the 2016 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards for best UK island. Continue reading “Mull: 11th best UK island?”
Markets are held most months during the main season at locations around the island, including Dervaig, Craignure and Tobermory. You’ll find a range of goods from island makers, from cards and candles to knits and furniture. Continue reading “Producer Markets 2016”
The festival is celebrating its 60th birthday. And this year’s event runs from March 16-18 at Aros Hall in Tobermory
Mull’s beautiful coastline is to benefit from a new Adopt a Beach scheme encouraging litter picks and cleans on little stretches around the island. Continue reading “Adopt a Beach scheme launched”
The group, which has been riding since the autumn on Friday afternoons, welcomes riders and volunteers.
To find out more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the facebookpace: Isle of Mull Riding for the Disabled.
The Isle of Mull has recently voted one of the happiest places in Britain.
TV Chef James Martin is a fan of Mull’s Inverlussa Shellfish.
The Loch Spelve mussel business has featured in Martin’s BBC series Home Comforts, under the theme Friday Night Suppers. Continue reading “Inverlussa Shellfish”
Mull’s Calgary Bay has made the top 20 list of best UK beaches.