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TITLE
Passing Places - The Real Outer Hebrides. St. Taran story
EXTERNAL ID
TCT_STONES_VIDEO_001
PLACENAME
Balivanich
DISTRICT
Benbecula
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: South Uist
DATE OF RECORDING
2000
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Catherine Wells
SOURCE
Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust
ASSET ID
3072
KEYWORDS
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

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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