We have copies of old photos of Brough Bay donated by a generous local supporter. We hope to be able to catalogue these in a format which can be viewed by visitors, giving an explanation of what the Bay was used for.
Day two of the clean up day, when the area round the seats were cleaned up and gravel put on the path and under the seats. A lot of dead grass and weeds were pulled out leaving a pleasant place for people to sit and enjoy the scenery and the resident seal colony in Brough Bay.
The Brough Bay clean up was done over a two day period, the first to repair the slipway, build a barbecue and put a rubbish bin in place. The beach was also picked clean of much of the rubbish.
The Dunnet Head Educational Trust also organised a skip for the villagers of Brough to get rid of their rubbish over the weekend. Thanks to the Highland Council for their assistance.