Drop in children’s entries at Mòd bucks recent upward trend



ROYAL National Mòd organisers expressed surprise yesterday at a year-on-year drop in the number of children’s competitors at Scotland’s biggest Gaelic cultural festival, being held in Stornoway this week.
As events got underway in 33 poetry, drama, song and music contests for young Gaels aged 5 to 19 on day four of the Mòd, it was revealed that the 1,700 children entered this year is a slight fall on last year’s Mòd in Oban, and ends a trend of increased numbers over recent years.
In contrast, adult participants have experienced a slight rise, to 1,400 this year. The unexpected fall in the... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 35
Source: Scotsman
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