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CELTIC CURIOSITY TAKES CHINESE WRITER TO HEBCELT

20 Jul 2017

East is meeting west this week as a Chinese journalist takes in HebCelt as part of a visit to the Outer Hebrides to explore the Celtic culture.
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CELTIC CURIOSITY TAKES CHINESE WRITER TO HEBCELT20 Jul 2017
VISIT TO HEBCELT MAKES VALENTINE’S DAY 19 Jul 2017
CANADIAN TIES STRENGTHENED WITH HEBCELT VISIT19 Jul 2017
HEBCELT PRAISED IN MOTION TO SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT13 Jul 2017
FREE LIVE RADIO CONCERTS TO SHOWCASE HEBCELT PROGRAMME13 Jul 2017
HebCelt Ticket Offer at Stornoway Wind Farm Drop-in12 Jul 2017
HEBCELT LAUNCHES GLOBAL AUGMENTED REALITY CAMPAIGN06 Jul 2017
DON’T MISS THE BOAT. REMEMBER TO BOOK FERRY SLOTS – EVEN PASSENGERS03 Jul 2017
ACCOMMODATION APPEAL AS FESTIVAL GOERS HEAD TO STORNOWAY22 Jun 2017
CELTIC CONNECTION BRINGS VALENTINE TO HEBCELT08 Jun 2017
HEBCELT CENTRE STAGE AT INTERNATIONAL CELTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL22 May 2017
RISING STAR WINS PLACE AT HEBCELT11 May 2017
HEBCELT POWERING AHEAD AFTER SPONSORSHIP WINDFALL04 May 2017
INTER-ISLANDS FIDDLE CONCERT WILL LAUNCH HEBCELT 201709 Mar 2017
UNIVERSITY HITS RIGHT NOTE WITH HEBCELT SPONSORSHIP02 Mar 2017
HEBCELT STRENGTHENS TRADITIONAL TIES WITH CANADA23 Feb 2017
HEBCELT WILL ENJOY SPECIAL MAY DAY WITH NEW LOOK IMELDA09 Feb 2017
DOUGIE MACLEAN HEADS SIX NEW ACTS IN CHRISTMAS CRACKER ANNOUNCEMENT FOR HEBCELT FANS22 Dec 2016
FIRST ACTS ANNOUNCED FOR HEBCELT 201708 Dec 2016
RECORD-BREAKING HEBCELT WORTH £2.2 MILLION TO ISLANDS03 Nov 2016

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