Ceilidh na Gaidhlig Grinneabhat
Maggie July 14, 2018
Cèilidh na Gàidhlig in Grinneabhat on Friday the 13th July included Gaelic song, poetry and stories ranging from Dòmhnall Cam the 16th century chief of the clan MacAulay, a soldier telling of his true life experience of fighting in Borneo and Malaya, also the more contemporary issues of wind turbines and the implications of Data Protection.
Cèilidh na Gàidhlig in Grinneabhat on Friday the 13th July included Gaelic song, poetry and stories ranging from Dòmhnall Cam the 16th century chief of the clan MacAulay, a soldier telling of his true life experience of fighting in Borneo and Malaya, also the more contemporary issues of wind turbines and the implications of Data Protection.

The event also included the launch of Roddy MacDonald’s new CD Suil Air Ais Gaelic songs and melodeon tunes.(Available from the Woodlands Centre and Stornoway Trust Office and lewisculturalproducts@gmail.com  

Thanks to all who participated and to the Grinneabhat team for the warm welcome and the tea. Ceilidh na Gaidhlig will be visiting Urras Nan Gearrannan on Friday 24th August.
Bidh e gu tur anns a Ghaidhlig a rithist. 

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