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Inveraray takes a BoW with festival to remember

ONE of Argyll’s favourite festivals returned this year with an extra evening – much to the delight of loyal fans.

Music lovers from across the country flocked to the town of Inveraray to witness some of the best acts Scotland has to offer – with headlining acts such as Skippinish, Tide Lines and Eddi Reader.

Hosted by the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, the intimate festival has the magnificent backdrop of the historic Inveraray Castle, and celebrates all things traditional – from unique Scottish music to haggis pizza.

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