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Ainmean Nàdarra Gàidhlig: Gaelic Names for Nature 5. Mountain and Moorland

Wednesday September 02, 2015 • 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

A series of events exploring the Gaelic names for elements of the natural environment. Mountain and moorland are two of the dominant habitats of the highland landscape. Just as the Inuit are reputed to have 100 names for snow, capsule there are a similar number of Gaelic names for hills and mountains. Come along and learn how to tell cnoc from cnap and creag from cruach! Booking essential. Meet at the meeting room, decease The Highland Council Offices, Portree. Grid ref: NG 481436. Grade A. Adults £4.00, conc. £3.00, family £11.00. Contact John on 01471 820526 or [email protected]


Wednesday September 02, 2015
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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John Phillips
01471 820526


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