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The story of Saint Taran landing in Benbecula which was the inspiration for the Sculpture 'Stones Swim to Islands' by Ian Stephen, part of the Road Ends Community Sculpture Project

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Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides. St. Taran story

INVERNESS: South Uist

2000s

culture; visual art; sculpture; public art; poetry; Gaelic; inscription; ballast; stones; pebbles; rock; township; sea; celts; christianity; monks; curragh; coracle; chapel; fishing boat; timber; oak; salvage; salvaged; saint; taran; tarran; video; videos

Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust

TCT - Road Ends Sculpture (videos)

The story of Saint Taran landing in Benbecula which was the inspiration for the Sculpture 'Stones Swim to Islands' by Ian Stephen, part of the Road Ends Community Sculpture Project