Author: Fiona Garnham

The Royal National Mòd is full steam ahead as we enter Tuesday, with children’s competitions drawing to a close as the sought-after Silver Medals are awarded. Contests will take place across singing, poetry, reading, storytelling and more. The children’s competitions on Monday saw an impressive standard of Gaelic, with the coveted James C Macphee medal won by […]

Getting ready for a very hectic week ahead Sunday allowed time to rest as the Royal National Mòd hosted a special afternoon Gaelic service at Our Lady & St Mun’s Church. An Ecumenical service bled by Father James MacNeil and Baptist Minister Susie Roberts In the evening folk gathered at the Queens Hall for a […]

Although the storm that raged over Argyll extinguished the torches of the Torchlight Parade it failed to dampen the Mod spirit of those attending the newly refurbished Dunoon Queens Hall to see The Royal National Mòd (Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail) swing into action with an energetic night of live music and a whole host of […]

Friday 12th October This year’s Royal National Mòd will start with the annual presentation of the Gaelic Ambassador of the year award. Friday evening will see a spectacular torchlight procession organised by the Local Committee through led by Dunoon Argyll Pipe Band, officially marking the opening of the Mòd in Dunoon. There will then be […]

Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail (The Royal National Mòd) returns to Dunoon today and will run to the 20th October with this year special emphasis on Scotland’s Year of Young People 2018. The nine-day festival of Gaelic music, arts and sport will feature a host of initiatives aimed at encouraging more young people to get involved. […]

  The Royal National Mòd is organised by An Comunn Gàidhealach (The Highland Association) which was founded in Oban in 1891 and has HM The Queen as its Patron. Famous for celebrating the Gaelic linguistic and cultural heritage, Scotland’s premier Gaelic festival provides opportunities for people of all ages to perform across a range of […]

Friday 12th to Saturday 20th October 2018 The Royal National Mòd is organised by An Comunn Gàidhealach (The Highland Association) which was founded in Oban in 1891 and has HM The Queen as its Patron. Famous for celebrating the Gaelic linguistic and cultural heritage, Scotland’s premier Gaelic festival provides opportunities for people of all ages […]

                              DCR97.4FM JOINED UP WITH CMR95FM TO BROADCAST FROM BOWFEST 2018 Thank you to everyone who visited our Radio Stage and all the listeners from across the globe who tuned in to join us in our live broadcast throughout  Saturday and […]


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