Taynuilt ceilidh

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Dun­can MacNeil, of the Fu­ran Gaelic Cen­tre in Oban, was the jovial Fear an Taighe for last Thurs­day’s Taynuilt ceilidh, which again fea­tured a wealth of lo­cal tal­ent.

Piper for the evening was Ben­der­loch’s Emma Law whose skilled play­ing was most en­joy­able.

Young dancers Isla and Iona MacKay, Erin Jack­son and Eva MacColl from the Isla Sin­clair and Tr­ish MacKay Schools of Dance danced su­perbly.

Martin Charl­ton sang for the com­pany, fol­low­ing on from the lively clàr­sach play­ing of his daugh­ter Breagha, a stu­dent at the Tra­di­tional Mu­sic School at Plock­ton.

Re­becca MacPher­son sang some solo songs be­fore she was joined by brother James and Han­nah Gillies, Anna Garvin and Merle Har­bron to play some stun­ning in­stru­men­tal sets.

Rion­aMacCormick rounded off the night with her beau­ti­ful singing – very much a case of ‘last but not least.’

He­len Watt gave a hillar­i­ous vote of thanks.

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