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Young folk night’s pipes, dance, strings and brass

FOOT tapping fiddling filled Campbeltown Heritage Centre at the Young Folk’s MOK Fest session.

The performance feast showcased the wide ranging talents of Kintyre’s youngest musicians and dancers, making it hard to single out a virtuoso from the eclectic mix.

There was no programme but last minute master of ceremonies Claire McFadzean provided a constant flow of information as she introduced the 15 acts with notes about their musical achievements.

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