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They’re basically job interviews but with a panel of one and slightly better coffee.
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The Columba Centre was opened by Historic Environment Scotland in Fionnphort on Mull in 1997 as part of the commemorations for the 1400th anniversary of Columba's death. There are several good craft/gift shops and a book shop on Iona - click here for a list.
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Iona is thought to be the first Christian site in Scotland.
Iona Heritage Centre The former manse next to the church is now the heritage centre. Iona Abbey For a description of the Abbey, see the extract from my travelogue below. The number of visitors has increased to a level which the island can barely sustain (reports speak of 150,000 people a year).
An admission fee is charged by Historic Environment Scotland. Some visitors also come to see the resting place of the late Labour Party leader John Smith who was given special permission to be buried here in the Abbey cemetery in 1994. 2013 saw the 1450th anniversary of Columba's arrival on Iona, and also 75 years since the Iona Community was founded and 25 years since the Mac Leod Centre was opened.
Within a few hundred metres I reached the entrance to the ruins of the nunnery dating from the early thirteenth century.The ground was a carpet of short grass, with flowerbeds adding splashes of purple and red.The gardener was trimming the edges as the sun came and went.Wild Isles has a list of wildlife operators on Mull and Iona. The Findhorn Foundation owns a retreat house on of the island of Iona - for details click here. There is a small gift shop accessible from the cloisters and a small museum with carved gravestones.Iona Nunnery Next to the school on the way from the pier to the Abbey, these 13th century ruins and their colourful garden deserve at least a few minutes of your time. For information about the abbey, visit the Iona Community web site.