Dingwall Social Side

Dingwall Community Collage







Stalls at the Great Feil Maree


Re-creating the Great Feil Maree.


Feis Rois musicians

The Social Side of Dingwall

Dingwall and District Accordion and Fiddle Club


Dingwall Gaelic Choir (1904-1954)


Dingwall Gaelic Choir (1954-2014)


Dingwall Museum


The Educational Societies of Dingwall


The Dingwall News


The 50th anniversary of the opening of Pefferside Park.
The park was established in 1949. Dingwall Fire brigade Club was instrumental in raising money, community and council support for the new park.  Over the years the park fell into disuse until private contractors were invited to take over the running. The park now has a new look and a new lease of life.



Great Feil Maree

The Great Feil Maree is a highlight in the local calendar and marks the revival of the traditional fair in Dingwall. This annual event, held on the first Saturday of September offers a wide range of fun activites for all ages and makes a great family day out. Throughout the day there are a wide number of stalls, including the Taste of Dingwall, traditional music performers, games for children as well as a large vintage car collection bringing together classic vehicles from all over the country and culminating in a parade and vintage car procession.  



Feis Rois

Feis Rois is recognised nationally as a significant and excellent provider of traditional arts education. Feis Ross have young musicians who perform at a wide range of local events and offer year round range of classes and workshops for young persons and adults interested in traditional music , drama , dance and gaelic song 
For further information please go to www.feisrois.org  

 

Ross County Football Club in 1962


 

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