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Stirling Offers More Than Just a Highland Games

Stirling’s leading culture sporting event is set to return later this year on Saturday, August 20th with some exciting new additions to the schedule. Even though a physical event, usually attended by thousands, hasn’t happened over the last 2 years because of the pandemic, Stirling successfully managed to fly the flag for highland games and […]

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Ceangail CIC Backs Stirling’s Bid To Be City of Culture 2025

Ceangail have been operating in Stirling since 2014, developing and delivering events in the culture sector. We brought Stirling Highland Games back to life, now Stirling’s leading cultural sporting event and will continue to lead on Highland games in the area. We created Caledonia Festival to encourage more people to celebrate St Andrew’s Day each

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Caledonia Festival Announces LIVE Comedy Night in Stirling

The Caledonia Festival, a hybrid event, will be showcasing some amazing grassroots and emerging talent as part of this year’s St Andrew’s Day celebration event. The virtual event being screened online during the day will include a line-up of artists, theatre and film clips from a fantastic mini tour of Scotland. This week the festival

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Caledonia Festival Presenters Scottish Road Trip

Grassroots bands, comedians and performers are among the online and offline events which will be showcased at the Caledonia Festival on St Andrew’s Day. The newly named, Caledonia Festival will celebrate Scotland’s national holiday with music, comedy, talks, heritage and much more. To launch the event, the two presenters, Kathryn Wilson and Fat, will be

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Caledonia Is Calling You

This year, Scotland’s winter festival season is looking to kick off with a new hybrid St Andrew’s Day celebration involving an amazing selection of creative arts performances throughout the day, and the organisers are calling on everyone to get involved. Ceangail, based in Stirling, is the social enterprise behind this new venture and they continue

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Chef Tony Singh cooking demo on SHG Food and Drink episode

SHG Food and Drink We were delighted to welcome Chef Tony Singh to be part of this year’s food and drink episode on the Stirling Highland Games on-demand programme. You will find the menu he created and recipes on this page so you can try cooking these amazing dishes at home. These recipes are for

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Stirling Highland Games Cancelled For Second Year

The Stirling Highland Games – one of the area’s leading cultural outdoor events – has been cancelled for a second year due to Covid. This year’s event was due to take place at Stirling Sports Village on 21st August, however, considering last week’s guidance from the Scottish Government, organisers have had to take the ‘sensible’

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Ceangail is on the move

Ceangail is on the move to another location in Stirling after almost 7 years at our office base on Borrowmeadow Road in Stirling. Ceangail negotiated a small office let on Borrowmeadow Road with Active Stirling following the delivery of Stirling Highland Games in 2014. Our Chairperson Matt McGrandles welcomed their support who had spent several

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St Andrew’s Day Virtual Music Festival Attracts 122,000 Viewers

It was seen as Scotland’s largest St Andrew’s Day virtual gig this year, supported by 39 Scottish artists performing over 10 hours, and attracting viewers from over 30 countries around the world. Frontline Festival Scotland held its inaugural event on a day that is celebrated globally and is known to everyone as St Andrew’s Day.

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Schedule Revealed for Frontline Festival Scotland on St Andrew’s Day

This Monday we’ll be celebrating the very best of Scottish music with the Frontline Festival’s virtual fundraising gig. There are 39 performances by some of Scotland’s best-known bands, including Wet, Wet, Wet, Bay City Rollers and Hue & Cry. As well as up and coming Scottish musicians such as Ocean of You and Primes. Running

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