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Exploring island culture and the landscape

Title: Exploring island culture and the landscape
Posted by: Gerard Hughes on 08-07-2013

Discussion: Hi,looking to do some exploring of Scottish island life and its scenery,was wondering if there's any poss of any labouring work needed done in the fields , cottages,fishing etc so as can extend my stay a while,

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Posted by: Gerard Hughes on 29-07-2013

many thanks Cathie,very helpful info ,seems like sort of odd outdoor jobs I am looking for,just enough to live off and view beautiful island surroundings and obsorb island culture,thank you

Posted by: Cathie Fraser on 09-07-2013

You could try the shellfish suppliers who may take on seasonal staff depending on need. You'd be best showing up (very early) in your togs to show willing. At worst you might get a days fry out of it. Otherwise, there's not a lot of casual labour work at the moment.

Have you thought of picking winkles? find out in the local press what the demand and rate per cwt you wouldn't be the first to live off the seashore for a season.

Good luck.

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