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Scotland’s smallest festival leaves a big impression

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GIGHA Music Festival lived up to its claim to be Scotland’s smallest festival, offering revellers an intimate and relaxed weekend filled with masterful music and dynamic dancing.

Everyone in the hall, from the festival organisers and police oficers from the mainland, to the bands who had just come off stage, took to the dance floor to show their best moves last weekend.

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