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Prince Charles drops in on Mòd

THE LORD of the Isles seemed to have a great time in Stornoway this week, listening to the best the competitions from the third children’s day had to offer, writes Louise Glen.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Rothesay met with several competitors, volunteers and staff of An Comunn Gàidhealach, organisers of the Royal National Mòd at the Nicolson Institute.

Bowmore singer Ryan McK-errall, 15, who yesterday won the James McPhee Trophy singing Caint mo mhathair Ghaidhlig Bharraigh, sang for Prince Charles. The prince then commented on young Ryan’s superb singing voice. His Royal Highness presented Carmine Colajezzi with the 2016 Gaelic Learner of the Year award. Sponsored by the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society for Scotland, the award acknowledges a Gaelic learner who has made significant steps to becoming fluent.

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