Published: 01 Aug 2017
Meur Inbhir Nis, along with the newly established Mòd Inbhir Nis 2020 Local Organising Committee, will have a fundraising tombola stall at the Black Isle Show in Muir of Ord on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd August.
If you have any bottles you could donate (juice, alcohol, shampoo, shower gel etc) these will be gratefully received.
Please contact the Inverness Provincial Mòd secretary or message the Inverness Provincial Mòd Facebook page to arrange drop off of donations.
Published: 25 May 2017
The year’s Uist Provincial Mòd has been postponed as a result of the tragedy in Manchester.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with all the families that have been affected by this tragedy.
Published: 09 Mar 2017
Please note that Comunn Gàidhealach Leòdhais have for this year’s Lewis Provincial Mod. The Mod will now take place between . Comunn Gàidhealach Leòdhais would be grateful if you could distribute the amended dates to all Gaelic / Music teachers, parents etc.
Forms and music pieces for this year’s Mod will be circulated in the coming weeks.
Le gach deagh dhùrachd,
Comataidh Comunn Gàidhealach Leòdhais
Published: 03 Feb 2017
Published: 05 Dec 2016
Published: 05 Dec 2016
Published: 12 Jan 2016
Fundraising dance for Lochaber Mod 2017…
Published: 08 Jun 2015
Following another successful Mod held in Sgoil an Iochdair on the 29th and 30th of May with a turnout of well over 300 competitors, the Committee would like to thank all who took part, competitors, teachers and parents. A special thanks goes to those who helped with the organisation, home baking and smooth running of the Prizewinners’ concert.
All adjudicators were delighted by the level of talent among competitors. A fantastic day where gaelic culture and heritage was very much alive . Also to all the adjudicators and chairpersons who took the time to make the event possible.
A special thanks to all staff at Sgoil an Iochdair for their continued support.
We would also like to thank all Councillors for their valued funding.
We look forward to seeing you all on the 27th and 28th of May 2016.
Published: 21 Apr 2015
Just a quick reminder that entries for the Inverness Provincial Mòd close this Friday, 24 April 2015. All entry forms should be returned to Ross Brindle by this date, along with all translations, own choice music, art work and literature if applicable.
Please note, in the printed syllabus there were errors with the prescribed pieces listed for competitions C53, C54, C55 and C56 (Boys 9 and under 11 Fluent & Learners and Girls 11 and under 13 Fluent & Learners). Please double check that entrants are learning the correct piece as printed in the An Comunn Prescribed booklets. An updated copy of the syllabus is included below.
You will also find a multiple entry form which you may prefer to use for entering groups of children.
Provincial Mòd Secretary
Meur Inbhir Nis
Published: 20 Apr 2015
Best wishes to everyone taking part with this year’s Provincial Mod!
Published: 14 Apr 2015
Barra & Vatersay Provincial Mod 2015
Published: 09 Mar 2015
Uist Provincial Mod Ceilidh…
Published: 07 Jan 2014
Many of you will have already begun preparations for your 2014 Provincial Mods.
If you have any fundraising events, an AGM or any committee meetings coming up, feel free to get in touch with details and we will display the information on here and in our newsletter and Facebook page.
Send any details to: email@example.com
Published: 18 Sep 2013
Please note that the usual competitions will not take place at this year’s SW Ross Provincial Mod. Only piping competitions will take place this year.
For further information please contact:
Mòd Ionadail Rois an Iar Dheis
Phone. 01599 534947
Published: 22 May 2013
Uist Dancing Club
Uist Singers and pipers
Saturday 15th June 2013
Green Drive Hall, Inverness
Finger Buffet … Tea/Coffee/…..Raffle Prizes
Admission: £10 ………. Bring Your own Bottle
“All proceeds go towards the running of the
Inverness Local Mod in June 2013 and The Royal National Mod in 2014”
Published: 23 May 2012
The Caithness and Sutherland Provincial Mòd takes place in Wick on Saturday 2nd June and preparations are nearly complete for hosting several hundred visitors coming back to the county less than two years after the successful national event held in the county in October 2010.>
Visitors to the county will come from all over the North Highlands and beyond with competitions in a number of musical disciplines.The main competition venue for the “Mini-Mòd” will be the Assembly Rooms where the climax of the festival will be the Gala Concert and Ceilidh Dance in the evening hosted by MG Alba Marketing Manager, Murdo Morrison with guest artiste and National Mòd Medallist, Alasdair Whyte from the Isle of Mull.
Visiting the county over the weekend will be one of Scotland’s top Gaelic culture bands, returning after their successful performance at the National Mòd Fringe in 2010 – The Iain Angus MacLeod Band.
The programme detailing competitions will be available this week and will be in local shops and public buildings or by contacting one of the local An Comunn branch committee members.
The festival will have instrumental, group, solo and choral competitions taking place, starting at 9am in the Assembly Rooms where the Mod office will be located. One of the highlights of the Provincial Mod will be the choral competitions with the county hosting a number of choirs for the day – these competitions will be held in the main hall at the Assembly Rooms starting at 1.30pm.
Published: 17 May 2012
Aberfeldy Mod, Scotland’s greatest regional Gaelic festival, is once again set to descend on the Highland Perthshire town on 8th and 9th June 2012. Organisers of this year’s Mod are now calling on individuals and groups wishing to enter into the wide variety competitions to do so by Monday 21st May.
Now it its 89th year, the Aberfeldy Mod is a celebration in competitions of Gaelic culture and music. Participants range in age from 5 to 95 and come from all over Scotland and beyond to take part. This year, the committee have launch a new website, www.aberfeldymod.com, to help people find out about the event.
Much work has gone on in local schools throughout the region to prepare participants for the events, with the children’s competitions being held on the Friday. As well as traditional competitions such as junior choirs, solo signing and storytelling there other events in areas such as poster design and best radio or video programme. Children can also enter instrumental competitions in piano and clàrsach amongst others, playing their own choice of melody of a Gaelic song.
Saturday sees the adults join the competitions with many events throughout the day. Piping, fiddle, accordion and choir competitions are just some of the events taking place.
Spectators are welcome to attend many of the events. Information on venues can be found by visiting the Mod Office which is open in Aberfeldy Town Hall of Friday and Breadalbane Community Campus on Saturday.
There will also be a cèilidh dinner held on Saturday evening to top the weekend off.
Mod Convener, Mary Stewart said “The Aberfeldy Mod, which is delivered by the Perthshire and Angus branch of An Comunn Gàidhealach, is a fantastic opportunity for people who enjoy taking part in Gaelic events to come together. It’s a real chance to celebrate the rich Gaelic heritage of the area and share the experience with a wide age group of people. It’s also a good opportunity to get a good practice run at the Royal National Mod which will be held in Dunoon in October this year”
The Mod committee are now calling on anyone with an interest in taking part to submit entry forms by Monday 21st May. Information on the Mod, competitions and how to get involved can be found at www.aberfeldymod.com.
Published: 29 Aug 2011
Mrs Barbara Smith
Kyle of Lochalsh
Tel: 01599 534947
Published: 03 Aug 2011
An Comunn Gàidhealach is delighted to announce that preparation is well underway for the staging of the first Barra & Vatersay Provincial Mòd since the 1930’s! The event will take place on September 30th and October 1st 2011. Instrumental competitions including fiddle, accordion, clarsach and instrumental groups will take place on the Friday evening with Piping, Oral, Vocal and Choral events on the Saturday.
With the Royal National Mòd taking place in the Western Isles in October this year, it is very appropriate that the re-emergence of Mòd Iondail Bharraigh is Bhatasaigh will precede that. It is a perfect platform for those going forward to compete at the National Mòd.
Provincial Mòd Liaison officer, Riona Whyte, has visited the island on several occasions and during her most recent visit called at local schools and held an after school workshop to encourage participation in the Mòd.
The syllabus and entry is now available on the An Comunn Gàidhealach website where there is a specific page for Mòd Ionadail Bharraigh is Bhatarsaigh http://www.acgmod.org/localmods/detail/barra.
The committee has been working hard to secure adjudicators, venues and sponsorship for this event but are still looking for more people to help with chairing, stewarding or even making the tea! For further details or if you would like to contribute in any way, please contact Jane MacNeil on firstname.lastname@example.org
The re-establishment of Mòd Iondail Uibhist is also well underway and the hard working committee are organising their event to take place in March 2012. For details of Mòd Iondail Uibhist please contact Fiona MacAulay on email@example.com
Published: 27 Jun 2011
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