The resort management organised a Scottish evening; this takes place every Tuesday between June and September. The Aberfeldy Gaelic Society actually runs the programme which comprises exhibitions of highland dancing, traditional Scottish dances (participation optional!), playing of bag pipes, solo artists/guitarists and a resident band (2 men and their accordions). The evening was compared by a man called Alan Brown who also sang and played the guitar. His website is:
Many of the songs were familiar to us even if we didn’t know all the words to sing along. However we joined in where we could. It was a very pleasant and enjoyable evening and the three hours went quickly. Lynne capped off the evening by winning a make up bag in one of the raffles.