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Credit where it is due for Mòd Academy


It was good to read last week that the Mòd Academy is going from strength to strength and that entry levels at this year’s National Mòd in Fort William have reached record levels.

We must give credit where it is due. Whereas Oban came up with the title ‘Mòd Academy’ for the 2015 National Mòd, we borrowed the formula from Mull. Several years before, the adventurous and successful Mòd Ionadach na Dreòlluin (Mull Provincial Mòd) committee came up with the idea and called it Seinn is Spòrs. At the helm was Riona Whyte assisted by Janet Campbell with funding coming in the main from Bòrd na Gàidhlig and Argyll and Bute Council.

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