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ARGYLL and Bute will host a new Gaelic Gathering every two years as part of a Gaelic action plan ‘to get more people to learn and speak the language and make the most of the economic benefits it brings’.

Argyll and Bute Council said its Gaelic Language Plan 2018 – 2022 ‘recognises the importance of Gaelic in the history of Argyll and Bute and in its future, given that it continues to be spoken in the area and adds value to the economy’. As well as aiming for Argyll and Bute to host a Gaelic Gathering every two years, the council also agreed to promote participation in the Royal National Mòd and offer free council venues for local provincial Mòds. It will also promote Argyll and Bute as a place for film and TV work that involves Gaelic language and culture.

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