Islay has some great businesses and one I’m very much impressed of is Anvil Art Engineering in Port Ellen. Tucked away in Kiln Square, in a building that belonged to the former Port Ellen Distillery, is a highly professional workshop where some stunning steel work is designed and created by two dedicated guys. We welcome them in the “Digital Era” with a beautiful new website which will make sure folk on Islay and other parts of Scotland and the UK learn more about their skills and steel designs. Their website is available via www.anvil-art-engineering.co.uk
We’ve built a new website to better showcase our photography. The name for our new venture is Island Light Photography. We want to show the beautiful light of the Hebrides and the West of Scotland and offer print, frame and digital file sales through our website. We hope you enjoy the site which will be expanded further over the next months. For more info please visit our website www.island-light.photography
Gary Turnbull, a former Glasgow Police Officer, is offering Wildlife and Birding tours on our beautiful island. To promote his business we’ve built him a website so tourists on Islay will be able to book a stunning day out with someone who knows a lot about Islay’s wildlife. We wish him good luck with his new venture. Visit www.wildislaybirding.co.uk for his new website.
We have recently built a new website for Margaret and Tim Epps who decided to let out some rooms in their beautiful home in Port Charlotte. To view their website please visit www.tighachuain-mhor-islay.co.uk. Below is a screenshot of their homepage.
Ruth Kerr and her husband moved to Islay from Ireland to take over from Florence, who left as post mistress in Port Ellen. The site is still developing as Ruth and her husband are extremely busy to get everything organised in their new shop while running the post office simultaneously. To get an impression what they will be selling please visit www.theblueletterbox.co.uk