awards were presented by Cathy McDonald (left) to John and Kirsty (centre)

awards were presented by Cathy McDonald (left) to John and Kirsty (centre)

The Fife Gaelic Development Group were delighted to win the Community, Heritage and Tourism Award at the National Gaelic Awards on Wednesday evening.  Kirsty Strachan Gaelic Development Worker and chairperson, John MacIver accepted the award on behalf of the group and  were overwhelmed by the positive reception  from the national community.


Kirsty said: “It was very gratifying to see the work we have been doing in Fife over the last year has been recognised at a national level. This award will raise the profile of the group and the work we are doing and will help us obtain continued support from the national Gaelic bodies. I am sure that this recognition will encourage and attract more people to share our passion for Gaelic language and culture. Anyone who is interested in finding out more is welcome to join us at our AGM on Thursday 30 November, 7.00pm at the Lomond Centre Glenrothes. “

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