IT WAS lights, camera and action… as the spotlight turned on Gaelic’s starring role in the Staffin Ecomuseum.
Staffin Community Trust directors Dugald Ross and Sine Gillespie were both interviewed on Tuesday (7.10) about the language’s use in the ecomuseum called Ceumannan, which opened in 2009.
Gaelic runs throughout the ecomuseum, from the names of the 13 walking locations including the Cuith-Raing, Loch Shianta and An Lethallt. Then there are the stories behind the different sites and Gaelic has a high-profile prominence in the literature like the ...Continue Reading ? Share