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Eilean Siar
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Barra and Vatersay £46,243 View Area
Barvas and Arnol £49,574 View Area
Bayhead £76,391 View Area
Blackwater £60,609 View Area
Braighe £61,322 View Area
Carloway £72,518 View Area
Castle £68,666 View Area
Coll £49,889 View Area
Coulregrein £34,470 View Area
Daliburgh and Eriskay £38,164 View Area
Dell £65,038 View Area
Eochar £50,763 View Area
Goathill £75,054 View Area
Gress £59,060 View Area
Harris East £42,437 View Area
Harris West £52,548 View Area
Knock and Bayble £63,864 View Area
Laxdale £75,213 View Area
Loch Eynort £47,854 View Area
Lochmaddy £39,569 View Area
Lochs £48,049 View Area
Manor Park £53,399 View Area
Newton £63,115 View Area
North Benbecula £45,177 View Area
North Lochs £52,390 View Area
Paible £48,600 View Area
Plasterfield £59,606 View Area
Port of Ness £61,467 View Area
Shawbost £62,967 View Area
Tiumpan £68,859 View Area
Uig £61,829 View Area

About Eilean Siar

Eilean Siar (in English ‘Outer Hebrides’) is a county in the North West of Scotland with one of the smallest populations (26,000) and largest land masses (1185 sq miles). It is made up from many islands (some settled some not) that form a long archipelago diagonally across the West of Scotland separated from the mainland of Scotland by a small strip of water called the Minch.


The main population centre is Lewis and Harris with a population of over 19,000 inhabitants, smaller islands include: Benbecula, South Uist, North Uist, Barra and Scalpay.


Vikings raiders were common (but unwanted visitors) to the Outer Hebrides up to the 9th century AD, the islands were signed over to Magnus III of Norway by the then King of Scotland Edgar in 1098. In 1266 the ‘Treaty of Perth’ took back control of these islands to Scottish control.


Ferry links are very important in the Outer Hebrides with links to the mainland and other islands some of which run only run in the summer. Links can be frequently disrupted in bad weather.

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