20 September 2023
Arts Funding Press Release

Thanks to a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund Scotland, Glenuig Community Association are now able to offer an affordable, inclusive and participatory programme of events and activities in Glenuig Hall for the coming year.  This will include singing, creative writing and art workshops, live music events as well as a series of community lunches, dinner dances and afternoon teas in a nice warm welcoming hall over the winter months.

The first activity on offer will be a singing workshop by a special guest to kickstart a new Thursday night singing group for the Glenuig area. This will take place on the evening of Thursday 12th October and will be led by Seamas Carey, an inspirational choir-leader, performer and composer from Cornwall, who’s in Glenuig to perform his solo show, “Help, I Think I’m a Nationalist!” the following night. https://seamascareymusic.com/ 

From Thursday 26th October, this new group will aim to meet weekly and will be led by Rosie Gillespie, a well-known and experienced singer and music teacher from the Sunart area. Different styles of music will be explored and the focus will be on singing for fun and well-being. Each session will start at 7.30pm and will cost only £5 to take part.

For more information on this and other workshops, events and activities taking place in Glenuig Hall in the coming year, check for updates on our social media:



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