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The Mòd Ionadach na Dreòlluinn (Mull local mòd) will take place this Friday and Saturday, September 13 and 14, in various venues around Tobermory.
This local mòd is always an important one for participants, as it is the last chance for competitors to get feedback before the Royal National Mòd next month.
Numbers are increasing year on year and organisers say it is now one of the most highly attended local mòds.
This year will see 10 choirs competing in the adult section on Saturday, ‘which is amazing’, say organisers. ‘We look forward to welcoming you all to the island and to our mòd, wherever you are travelling from.’
As always, the junior events will take place on Friday while, on Saturday, the adults will have their turn.
There will be a mass gathering on Friday on Tobermory beach, where primary pupils will perform two songs.