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FEIS na h-Apainne has been running for almost two years offering tuition in traditional Scottish music and dance.

Children and adults can choose from clarsach, fiddle, accordion, Gaelic song, whistle, guitar, chanter, pipes, music technology and Highland dance. The fèis runs on the first Saturday of each month and is supported by Fèis nan Gaidheal and Bòrd na Gaidhlig.

It is also dependant on the generosity of local businesses, including Highland Titles which has just donated £1,000 towards clarsach costs.

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