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Museum team wins Gaelic award

MUSEUM nan Eilean at Lews Castle, Stornoway, was recognised as a driver of economic activity at this year’s Scottish Gaelic Awards in Glasgow on November 16.

The Gaelic as an Economic Asset award was accepted by Councillor Alasdair MacLeod, chairman of the Sustainable Development Commit tee at Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, and Nick Smith, the comhairle’s heritage manager. The award recognises progress in realising the economic value through the use of Gaelic, a key feature of the new museum at Lews Castle where Gaelic is the primary language of interpretation.

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