Saturday, 16 April 2016
Alfie Flett was a co-founder in 2009 of the Friends of St Nicholas, a charity dedicated to the preservation of the redundant church of St Nicholas for free public use. It is now a secular building, with space available for displays and exhibitions during the summer months, and there is a small room containing information and photos from Holm’s past.
The interior of the main building is soon to be improved for public use by the repair of the boarded windows, once more giving light to the interior, and enhancing the appearance of the Kirkyard in this scenic area.
St Nicholas opens again in May, and visitors to Holm Kirkyard can watch for the VESTRY OPEN sign if they wish to see the heritage display. There is a gallery of photos and further information at www.orkneycommunities.co.uk