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Working to preserve all our yarns of yesteryear

People across Argyll and Bute are being encouraged to take part in a unique project that will help to preserve tales about the area for future generations.

Argyll and Bute Youth Services is calling on people of all ages to help gather stories, film clips, photographs and objects about the area to celebrate the uniqueness of Argyll and Bute.

The Digital Storytelling Project is part of the national Year of Young People and aims to bring together our younger and older generations to share their stories and folklore tales of yesteryear. Argyll and Bute Council’s policy lead for education, Councillor Yvonne McNeilly, said: ‘This is not only a great way of capturing precious stories about the area, but it’s an excellent opportunity for a mix of generations to work together. Argyll is teeming with folklore tales, from giant serpents and mermaids being spotted on our coastlines in years gone by, to stories of haunted caves and bloody battles. We’ve got a lot to talk about.

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