Gaelic and the Environment – Skye & Lochalsh

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The first of the Skye and Lochalsh programme of Ranger walks and talks will take place on Tuesday 1st April between 2pm and 4pm in the Highland Council meeting room in Broadford (next door to the Broadford Library & Service Point). Entitled “Gaelic and the Environment (1): Place names”, it is the first of a series of four events examining the relationship between the Gaelic language and the natural environment. Full details in our programme or on the poster above.

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