AT TAYNUILT’s final ceilidh of the summer season, 10-year- old Innes Munro started off the proceedings with a most enjoyable performance on the bagpipes.
Clearly Innes has a bright future in piping. Talented young fiddler Ross McLeish played impressively during musical duets with his dad, Derek McLeish, who played the flute. Ross also sang a beautiful Gaelic song.
Youth played a major part in the ceilidh and the Argyll Ceilidh Trailers delighted the appreciative audience with some stirring music.
Ceilidh Trailers taking part were Hannah Gillies, Anna Garvin, Mel Harbron, Morven MacFadyen, Kirsty and Rachel Campbell, Ross Christie and Ruaraidh Litser- Campbell.
Once again, Ailie Munro from the Isla Sinclair Dancers produced top- class dancing performances.
Taynuilt’s singing trio, Helen Watt, Audrey Paterson and Davy Paterson, harmonised impressively with songs including Java Jive and California Dreamin’.
Taynuilt Gaelic choir, under conductor Audrey Paterson, produced excellent Gaelic singing with three mixed choir pieces and one ladies’ piece.
Fear an taighe for the evening was Duncan MacDonald, who kept the ceilidh flowing smoothly.
The committee thanks everyone who took part and helped in any way during the summer ceilidhs, in particular, Moira Dunlop for all her hard work in making the events so successful.