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TITLE
Carradale Junior Choir at the Royal National Mod
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WGORDON3_003_012
PLACENAME
Dunoon
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Dunoon and Kilmun
DATE OF IMAGE
1968
PERIOD
1960s
SOURCE
W Gordon
ASSET ID
30307
KEYWORDS
choirs
festivals
music
dance
drama
Carradale Junior Choir at the Royal National Mod

This photograph shows Carradale Junior Choir winning a competition at the Royal National Mod at Dunoon, on the 8th October 1968. The town of Dunoon had previously hosted the festival in 1930 and in later years in 1950, 1968, 1994 and 2000.

The Royal National Mod is the second biggest festival in Scotland and is a celebration of Gaelic language, arts and culture. The competition takes place every October in a different Scottish location, attracting visitors and competitors from all over the world. The first Royal National Mod took place in Oban, in 1892.

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Carradale Junior Choir at the Royal National Mod

ARGYLL: Dunoon and Kilmun

1960s

choirs; festivals; music; dance; drama

W Gordon

Winnie Gordon (photographs)

This photograph shows Carradale Junior Choir winning a competition at the Royal National Mod at Dunoon, on the 8th October 1968. The town of Dunoon had previously hosted the festival in 1930 and in later years in 1950, 1968, 1994 and 2000. <br /> <br /> The Royal National Mod is the second biggest festival in Scotland and is a celebration of Gaelic language, arts and culture. The competition takes place every October in a different Scottish location, attracting visitors and competitors from all over the world. The first Royal National Mod took place in Oban, in 1892.