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FUN-FILLED reading and singing sessions were offered to children under five as part of a national partnership to help them engage with Gaelic. Leugh ’s Seinn le Linda is organised by An Lòchran and the Gaelic Books Council providing new ways for youngsters to learn and enjoy the language.

Sessions took place in Fàs Mòr, the Gaelic Child Care Centre, Sleat Primary School, the Sgoil Araidh in Portree Primary School, Fort William and Inverness the sessions are led by the Gaelic Books Council’s Young Reading Ambassador and well-known singer and TV presenter Ms Linda MacLeod.

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