The annual Battle of Culloden ceremony was held April 27, at the Lismore Hall. The event was moved from its usual location – the cairn in Knoydart – due to strong winds and wet weather Saturday morning.
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Brian MacLeod contributed a poem he wrote in Gaelic, as well as a lament on the bagpipes, during the Battle of Culloden ceremony April 27, which was moved, due to wet and windy conditions, from the cairn site near the shore in Knoydart, Pictou County, to nearby Lismore Hall.
Normally set on the cairn during the annual ceremony, dedicated wreaths were instead set at the base of the stage at Lismore Hall during the Battle of Culloden ceremony April 27. The event was moved indoors from its usual location in Knoydart, due to the heavy wind and rain which engulfed most of the province early on Saturday.
Bishop Brian Dunn, recently appointed Coadjutor archbishop for the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth, offered a prayer during the Battle of Culloden ceremony, April 27, at the Lismore Hall.
Peter MacKenzie took on the emcee duties for Saturday’s annual (April 27) Battle of Culloden ceremony, at Lismore (Pictou County) Hall.
A group of students, who take Gaelic as part of their studies, served as the colour guard for the Battle of Culloden ceremony, April 27, at the Lismore Hall. The event was moved from its usual location – the cairn in Knoydart – due to strong winds and wet weather Saturday morning.
LISMORE, N.S. —