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AN ARGYLL fèis group is calling for the support of local communities to help win funding as part of the Aviva Community Fund 2017.

Fèis na h-Apainne in Argyll is relying on public votes to increase its chances of winning funding of up to £1,000 in the Skills for Life category. Only projects with the most votes will become finalists, so additional support is vital.

Arthur Cormack, Fèisean nan Gàidheal chief executive, said: ‘Fèisean provide a wealth of traditional arts opportunities in their communities and I would urge the public to support bids for Aviva Community Fund awards. Public support will be vital to reach the final round and gain funding and I wish Fèis na h-Apainne the very best of luck.’

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