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Remembering Brigid this winter

In Celtic mythology, Brigid – sometimes known as ‘Bride’ in Scotland – is the goddess of healing, poetry, smithcraft, and childbirth. Myths and stories of her power, goodness and compassion have existed for centuries, and she is still celebrated as both a saint and a goddess around the world.

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European Folk Network Launch Event

EUROPEAN FOLK NETWORK

LAUNCH PRESENTATION
SUNDAY 31st JANUARY
15.45 to 17.00 – at the Scottish Music Centre
and at the
SHOWCASE SCOTLAND TRADE FAIR
FRIDAY 29 JANUARY from 10.00

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Inner Mongolian band AnDa Union playing in Scotland

Inner Mongolian band AnDa Union are touring Scotland with their approach to the forgotten music and songs of China's recent tumultous past. The 9-piece first toured the UK in 2013 and stole the show every

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Education Scotland

Education Scotland National Dance Conference

 

Date: 12 March

Venue: Denny High School, Falkirk, FK6 6EE

Cost: Free

 

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Young Creatives 2016: What's your favourite place in the UK?

Holiday Cottages has recently launched Young Creatives 2016, a nationwide competition promoting creativity in children and young adults in partnership with Puffin Books. Open to ages 5 – 16, the competition asks where is your favourite place in the UK?

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