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Fèis participation fund for low-income families

YOUNGSTERS from lowincome families on Lewis will be able to attend a summer fèis free of charge – thanks to community wind farm charity Point and Sandwick Trust (PST), writes Mark Entwistle.

The charity has donated £500 to Fèis an Rubha to enable organisers to offer funded places to children from families that meet the eligibility criteria.

The creation of the fund has been warmly welcomed by the fèis organisers – both locally and at national level – who said the sponsorship would ‘make a real difference’ in reaching young people and fostering the next generation of traditional musicians, Gaelic singers and actors.

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