Royal National Mòd lives up to its name as Prince Charles flies in



The Prince of Wales was a surprise guest at the Royal National Mòd in Stornoway yesterday, where he presented an Italian cyclist with the Gaelic learner of the year award.
Charles, known as the Lord of the Isles when in the Western Isles, handed the Gaelic learner award to Carmine Colajezzi in recognition of the significant steps he has taken to becoming fluent. The Prince also officially opened the Isle of Harris distillery in Tarbert, where he sealed a cask marked “Lord of the Isles 18.10.16”.
Mr Colajezzi was born and raised in Abruzzo, Italy, before moving to Scotland five years ago.... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 46
Source: Scotsman
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