Telephone Code (+44) 1641 from outwith Britain
From within Britain 01641
Skerray, a lovely picturesque village between Tongue and Bettyhill set on the bend of a large horse-shoe shaped road that meanders along through stunning scenery. The village itself has a harbour and beach access as well as many wonderful views. Highland Cows graze contentedly near the roadside.
The Jimson Centre is named after former resident James Munro (known as Jimson) who owned the croft the centre is set in. In the centre you will find a Post Office, Craft Shop, the Skerray Studio, Garden Centre, Tigh Hughag (the museum) and Mr Bruce Sandison the Archivist.
The Post Office and Craft Shop specialises in locally produced crafts and has a lovely range of knitwear. The Studio offers a variety of Arts and Craft courses.
9:00am to 12:00am Mon to Sat in the winter and :-
9:00am to 5:00pm Mon to Sat in the Summer.
The Skerray Village Hall is a small unspectacular building and you may be surprised to learn that it is renowned for its diversity of world class entertainment. Many entertainers have played here and people come from all over to see them! There has been many a surprised tourist attending some wonderful evenings here!
The Free Church is set back off of the road, nestled in amongst the trees. All warmly welcome.
Sunday Service at 11.00am and every alternate Wednesday evening at 7:30pm.