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Arisaig Highland Games

THERE were celebrations in Arisaig last week as more than 2,000 people from all over the world gathered to watch the 80th Highland games and Clan Ranald gathering.

Despite getting off to a wet and windy start, the afternoon picked up and everyone enjoyed some sunshine at the village’s Traigh Farm on Wednesday July 27.

The day featured a variety of events, from heavyweight contests to children’s races, piping competitions and Highland dancing, as well as craft, food and clothing stalls for visitors to enjoy.

Highland dancer Aimee Sneddon, 16, from Mallaig, who won all the local dancing competitions and the Keith Eddie cup.
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