The Fetlar Wind AGM is to be held tomorrow - Saturday 1st October, at the Central Public Hall, Sellafirth, Yell. The AGM is being held in Yell to try and make it a little more accessible to members. Members should already be in receipt of the details and timing. Any members meaning to attend are requested to RSVP, to help us assess likely numbers.Read More
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The Fetlar Wind turbines were officially opened at a short ceremony in Fetlar on Friday 1st July. After a few words from Robert Thomson young Darcy Cook accompanied by Principal teacher of Fetlar Primary - Katy Hay were invited to cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of the project. Afterwards they each were presented with flowers by Fetlar Wind director Colin Thomason. The small crowd was then treated to a light lunch with cake at Fetlar primary school.Read More