Uist News Tuesday 24th of April  A bright showery start to the day here in North Uist. Light South Westerly winds forecast for the rest of the day with rain and mist coming in later on in the day. The forecast for the end of the week is now looking better with plenty sunshine to look forward to! A Cuckoo was heard calling near Griminish, North Uist yesterday and 2 Cuckoos were also seen in Brevig, Barra. Little Terns were seen in North Uist yesterday. This delightful little chattering sea bird is the UK's smallest tern, is short-tailed, has a fast flight and it's bill is a distinctive yellow with a black tip. The Corncrake has arrived in Barra, as it spends most of its time hidden in tall vegetation its presence can only be heard by its rasping call.

 

 

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WELCOME TO THE 

HEBRIDEAN SMOKEHOUSE WEBSITE


THE HOME OF THE BEST

SCOTTISH SMOKED SALMON

AND SHELLFISH.

Prue Leith, "the best in the world".

 

 

 

Hebridean Smokehouse is located on the Isle of North Uist - part of the Outer Hebridean archipelago west of the Scottish mainland. The pristine clean waters that surround our shores support all the salmon and sea trout we use to make our special peat and beechwood smoked products and the small local inshore fishing fleet land the very best scallops for us to smoke with locally-cut peat.

 

We have been smoking locally reared and landed fish and shellfish here on North Uist for nearly 30 years. It is the combination of excellent fish and the skills of our expert team that has earned Hebridean Smokehouse a reputation for producing the very best smoked salmon.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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