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“Inside Britain’s Most Remote Inhabited Island”

“Foula – Inside Britain’s Most Remote Inhabited Island”

Shetland Islands, 2010

Home to just 26 people, there is no shop and no pub. The school here has only 2 pupils and severe weather conditions keep Foula very much stranded at sea. Some 22 miles west of Shetland Mainland, Foula is considered Britain’s most remote inhabited island.

There is always the sound of the sea.

“My main leisure activity if I have the time is simply sitting and watching the sea, the birds, whatever. You see the waves breaking down there? – I could sit and watch that all day and never get bored because it’s always making slightly different patterns and colours. A lot of people have lost the ability to do that. They always want excitement. They are always wanting novelty”. – Penny

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