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A cold looking Liz  as she arrives on her adopted island for  her first ever visit in 2008. She fell in love with the place after just ten minutes ashore.

View from the middle pier in Arinagour.<< New image with text >>

A fresh catch of lobsters just landed at the middle pier.

The wonderfully situated church high on the hill overlooking Arinagour village and bay.  All visitors will be made welcome at the church.

One of the many Coll beaches.  You will never have a problem finding a space on these sands.  Who needs Blackpool?

The old pier in Arinagour village.

Liz fighting for space on one of the many Coll beaches.

The old pier in Arinagour village with 'Green cottage'   (now white)  in the centre of picture.

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  • Neville Jones (Monday, April 17 17 11:05 pm BST)

    This weekend we committed to a return visit to Coll in 2020. (McInnes/Kennedy descendant)

  • Margaret Stewart(Anderson) (Monday, April 17 17 05:04 pm BST)

    Thank you for having this website.I went to school in Coll.Lived there from 1950-1956 I have lots of happy memories of the island.

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