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Digital Subscriptions > Arran Banner > 21 October 2017 > How the Arran panels came to be created for Orkney catherdral

How the Arran panels came to be created for Orkney catherdral

In June the Banner published an article concerning the Arran panels in the St Magnus Catherdral in Kirkwall by Emeritus Profressor Bob Osborne of Belfast. Since then a number of people contacted him as a result of the article and he has been able to produce a definitive account of their creation.

In the spring of 1980, the head of art at Arran High School, Maureen Farquharson, was inspired by the newly instigated St Magnus Festival of the Arts launched in Orkney and based at St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall.

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