Are you ready for a fes­ti­val?

Paisley Daily Express - - News -

Buddies can set sail to the Clyde to check out a brand new fes­ti­val.

The GalGael Trust in part­ner­shop with the Clyde Mar­itime Trust will host a free fest to cel­e­brate Scot­tish mar­itime her­itage and the work of their An­chor and Sail project.

The key aim of the Cly­de­built fes­ti­val, which takes place on Satur­day and Sun­day, Septem­ber 23 and 24, is to cre­ate an ac­ces­si­ble com­mu­nity event which raises aware­ness of the area’s unique mar­itime her­itage.

The fes­ti­val of­fers live craft demon­stra­tions from the GalGael and The Tall Ship, beau­ti­ful boats from the Scot­tish Mar­itime Mu­seum, hunter-gath­erer skills with Back­wood Sur­vival and much more.

Live mu­sic from lo­cal bands in­clud­ing the Tron­gate Rum Ri­ots, Arkansas Ram­blers and Mul­doon’s Pic­nic.

De­li­cious food will be on of­fer from Scot­land’s pre­mium street food trucks; Loch Fyne Oys­ters, Babu Street Kitchen and Prime Street Food and of course a li­censed bar.

Ben Wilde of the GalGael Trust said: “We can’t wait to see so many folk from across the coun­try come to­gether to race, party and en­joy their shared her­itage.”

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