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HEBCELT WELCOMES VALUABLE FUNDING IN LANDMARK YEAR

16 Mar 2015

HebCelt has secured £75,000 funding from Creative Scotland to help towards the festival’s 20th anniversary celebrations.
 
The money, awarded to the Hebridean Celtic Festival Trust Ltd, comes from the Lottery-backed Open Project Funding, a new funding route launched in October 2014.

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HEBCELT WELCOMES VALUABLE FUNDING IN LANDMARK YEAR16 Mar 2015
SHOOGLES AND SALSAS TO SHAKE HEBCELT STAGE12 Mar 2015
ISLAND CULTURES EXPLORED IN UNIQUE COLLABORATION26 Feb 2015
INTERNATIONAL ACTS READY TO JOIN HEBCELT’S 20TH BIRTHDAY PARTY12 Feb 2015
FIRST ACTS ANNOUNCED FOR HEBCELT’S LANDMARK 20TH YEAR08 Jan 2015
LET HEBCELT MUSIC BANISH THE WINTER BLUES18 Dec 2014
HEBCELT FANS URGED TO BOOK EARLY AS HEBCELT HITS 2027 Nov 2014
HEBCELT TAKES CENTRE STAGE AT EDINBURGH NEW YEAR PARTY18 Nov 2014
TOURISM AWARD IS MUSIC TO THE EARS OF FESTIVAL ORGANISERS10 Nov 2014
HEBCELT FANS BOOST MACMILLAN FUNDS TO TUNE OF £3,50014 Oct 2014
HEBCELT MAKING BIG STRIDES WITH A SMALLER FOOTPRINT11 Aug 2014
HEBCELT TEAM THANKS31 Jul 2014
VISITORS HELP HEBCELT TO ANOTHER SUCCESS25 Jul 2014
HEBCELT BAND FLYING HIGH WITH HELP OF LOGANAIR23 Jul 2014
SHINTY ANOTHER SMASH HIT AT HEBCELT AS LEWIS DEFEAT BRAVE UIST22 Jul 2014
Hò-rò win competition to perform21 Jul 2014
ERIC CROSSES THE WORLD FOR FOLK’S SAKE18 Jul 2014
ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE FOR FOLK FAN RUTH17 Jul 2014
CULTURAL TIES MARKED AT STORNOWAY RECEPTION 16 Jul 2014
BBC ALBA BRINGS HEBCELT LIVE TO A SCREEN NEAR YOU15 Jul 2014

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