We aim to be a hub for community information, advertising, printing and signage. 

Since our very first regular publication - HEB Magazine, first produced in 2002 - we have aimed to bring the highest possible standards and greatest community involvement to all our work.

We see the Islands as vibrant, constantly withstanding the challenges that the wider world throws at them.

We also fight - with facts and stories of achievement and success - the stereotypes imposed on the Islands by those faraway.

If you compare the achievements of the local population - totalling around 40,000 across all the Islands we serve - with those of more densely populated areas, they are immense. And continual.

 

Intermedia Services (Stornoway) Ltd is an accredited Living Wage Employer. The Poverty Alliance deliver the Scottish Living Wage Accreditation Initiative in partnership with the Living Wage Foundation. 

The Living Wage commitment sees everyone working at Intermedia Services (Stornoway) Ltd receive a real Living Wage of at least £9.00 per hour..

The real Living Wage is an hourly rate, calculated annually by the Resolution Foundation and overseen by the Living Wage Commission, based on the best available evidence on living standards in the UK.

Employers choose to pay the real Living Wage on a voluntary basis.

 

 

 

We produce EVENTS - a free monthly magazine on newsprint serving the Isles of Lewis and Harris – which was founded in 2005.

Available from distinctively marked stands all across the Islands - furthest outposts are Ullapool, Uig on Skye, Lochmaddy and Benbecula - EVENTS has a pick-up of around 13,500 in the summer and 11,000 in the winter and a linked website - www.hebevents.com - from where it can be downloaded

This runs along with HEB Magazine, founded in 2002, and The Skye Magazine (2006). Since 2015 these annual magazines are free publications with a joint website at www.magazinehebrides.com

There is also a suite of related websites - all accessed via our www.hebevents.com portal. These include welovestornoway.com, and welovebarraandvatersay.com, which now attract up to 60,000+ user sessions a week.

There is also the business directory www.businessguidehebrides.com, for the Outer Hebrides, Skye and Raasay, as well as the weddings website, getmarriedinthehebrides.co.uk.

There are also Facebook pages and Twitter accounts for HEB Magazine; for The Skye Magazine; for EVENTS; and for www.welovestornoway.com

And for a wider readership, there's now the Scottish Islands Explorer Magazine - with its own website and Facebook Page.

In 1999, journalist and editor Fred Silver created the first incarnation of Intermedia Services working from home in the Lewis village of Lower Bayble and set out to bridge perceived gaps between local information suppliers and consumers.

This was to be achieved through writing for websites, training for community newspaper staff and volunteers, along with creating publicity and providing articles to local, regional and national publications.

Major projects included the Eriskay Causeway Information Service which provided a constant flow of information about the building of the £10m causeway and the ferry link to Barra.

Fred worked with and for Western Isles Enterprise, HITRANS, the Western Isles NHS Board, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, and a variety of other community agencies.

On Friday March 1, 2019 Intermedia Services (Stornoway) Ltd, owners of welovestornoway.com and publishers of EVENTS newspaper, HEB Magazine and a variety of other websites and publications, took over the business of SignPrint Hebrides Ltd, also based in the Stornoway Media Centre.

This enables customers to access a range of printing work, signs, design, web design, social media coverage, news and information through one reception area on the first floor in Stornoway Media Centre at Church House.

http://www.sign-print.intermediaservicesstornoway.co.uk

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Telephone: (00 44) 1851 705743 

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