Literature

The 2015 Latha Litreachais Prize-giving ceremony took place on Wednesday 14th October, in the Great Western Hotel, Oban.

All of the prize-winners were invited to attend the ceremony, to collect their prizes and to share with us some of the work they had produced for the Literary competitions. Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Flora MacPhail from Tiree

Flora MacPhail from Tiree was named as Bard for a 3 year term.

Christina Mackenzie from Lewis was named as Gaelic Learner of the Year.

Each year, there are a range of Literary competitions available for both children and adults to enter. There are also categories in Art, New Song compositions, Drama and Books. Monetary prizes can be won for yourself or your school - so be sure to enter next year!

A full list of these competitions can be viewed in the relevant sections below:

http://www.acgmod.org/nationalmod/rules

Results for all of the 2015 literature competitions can be found here.t


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