All eyes were on Dunoon last week (12th – 19th October) who were hosts of the 2012 Royal National Mod, an annual festival that celebrates gaelic song, arts, drama, literature and culture. The Mod has a strong tradition, with this year being the 120th edition of the popular festival.
There are a range of different events for people to compete in, including traditional music such as thefiddle, bagpipe, clarsach and folk, as well as spoken word events such as poetry and storytelling.
For a comprehensive results list for the 2012 competition, check out the official Royal National Mod website.
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