Na Cladhan Thiristeach
The Tiree Graves project is part of the wider work of An Iodhlann, Tiree’s historical centre. The photographs, transcriptions and beautiful hand drawn maps of the graveyards are the work of Catriona Smyth. Catriona has worked for many years tirelessly and diligently to make a photographic and written record of the graves of Tiree.
Via our website: www.aniodhlann.org.uk
By telephone: (+44) 01879 220793
By post: An Iodhlann, Scarinish, Isle of Tiree, Argyll, PA77 6UH, Scotland
An Iodhlann, Sgairinis, Eilean Thiriodh, Earra-Ghàidheal, PA77 6UH, Alba
If you can, do come and see us in person! You can find us next to the Co-op in Scarinish. Admission is £3 per adult, which entitles you to as many visits as you like while you are on the island, and children and members visit free. Admission is free to all during November to March.
July and August – Monday to Friday 11:00 – 5:00
September to June – Mon, Wed & Thurs 9:00 – 1:00
How are we funded?
We are extremely fortunate to be supported by the generosity of people and organisations both at home and abroad, and are largely funded by donations, admission fees, membership subscriptions and grants. We are especially grateful to our major funders, which include the Tiree Community Windfall Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Support our work
If you would like to make a donation to support the work of An Iodhlann please click the Donate button below. Scottish Charity SC022642 – Tiree & Coll Gaelic Partnership / Co-roinn Ghaidhlig Thiriodh ‘s Cholla