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Gaelic centre lands £50,000 cash windfall

SABHAL Mòr Ostaig, the national centre for Gaelic, has acknowledged the financial support of £50,000 gifted to the college by Dr Frederik Paulsen junior who, along with Mossburn Distillers, is the ‘driving force’ behind the development of the newly-completed Torabhaig Distillery on the south of Skye.

The donation, made through the Paulsen Family Foundation, is given in support and in recognition of the important work which Sabhal Mòr Ostaig undertakes and delivers, as the national centre for Gaelic, with regard to securing the continued regeneration and development of the language, culture and community.

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