> Obair latha toiseachaidh as far as WH Smith are concerned. Sad day when
> they took over that old Scottish newsagent John Menzies. Still they do
> sell the West Highland Free Press now, (Gaelic supplement - free once a
> For gaelic books I'd prefer to give business to Acair or the Gaelic Books
> Council, both of whom do excellent mail order.
> Forgot to add to my list of Gaelic to be found in Inverness the Churchs
> (you probably visited?) The Gaels focus, according to creed on :- East
> Church of Scotland, Free North, Free Presbyterian, APC (at St Stephens).
> St Mary's RC, and increasingly St Columba's in the Culloden area who are
> presently without a building.
> And you're right about principle, in that Inverness is one of the few
> places in Scotland (the World) where Gaelic medium education is available
> from pre-school onwards, although at the secondary stages at present it
> mixes with English medium.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ray Bell [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Monday, April 23, 2001 2:08 PM
> Subject: Re: Beagan air Inbhir Nis
> I didn't just go to these places, I was there for several days.
> What I'm saying is that it's the principle of these things. Progress is
> being made, but it shouldn't be made in one area and retarded in another.
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