Film showing - Havera: the story of an island
Tuesday, August 8th 2017 11:00am - 11:00am
Havera is a small island off the Shetland coast which was once inhabited, but no longer.
This delightful film tells the story of how, despite having little fresh water, no peat and only one truly safe harbor, this small island supported it's small population for much longer than any of the surrounding islands.
See the story of this island, the people and the way of life that no longer exists.
The film won the Shetland Forwirds prize for ‘Best use of dialect in a film' at Screenplay 2016.
Location: Shetland Museum & Archives auditorium.
This is a free event and no booking is required.
Runs for 64 minutes.
Copies of the DVD are available to purchase from www.shetlandheritageshop.com