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Historic House to Host Scotland’s Frontline Festival

St Andrew’s Day preparations are well underway at Bannockburn House, near Stirling. The community-owned historic 17th mansion is preparing to host a virtual fundraising gig on Monday 30 November featuring some of Scotland’s best-known bands, including Wet, Wet, Wet, Bay City Rollers and Hue & Cry. Organised by Ceangail, the Frontline Festival aims to inject […]

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St Andrew’s Day Music Festival Welcomes Sponsors Ambassador Group

The Frontline Festival Scotland is a new virtual gig delivered by Ceangail. Its aim is to inject some life back into the creative industry by supporting Scottish artists, whilst raising funds for Scotland’s frontline charities. Support from the Scottish Property Industry Ambassador Group has been very supportive of this event, joining as the main sponsor.

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Charity Gig to Support Four Charities and 39 Scottish Artists

The Frontline Festival Scotland is a new virtual gig, supported by 39 Scottish artists, which will be streamed over social media on St Andrew’s Day. Last week, the charities benefiting from the event came together to show their support at Perth Airport. The resulting photograph opportunity was not missed! 39 bands and musicians from across

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Frontline Charities to Benefit from Virtual Scottish Music Festival

Frontline Festival Scotland is playing its part in the Covid-19 crisis by bringing our communities, businesses and artists together with a common goal of raising funds for frontline charities. Matt McGrandles, Ceangail CIC’s founder, who is organising the event stated; “It’s our way of supporting our frontline workers and showing them our appreciation for what

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TV and Radio Presenting Duo to Host Frontline Festival Scotland

Frontline Festival Scotland are excited to announce the two presenters for their St Andrew’s Day virtual gig. Presenting the festival will be second nature to these two, who both have a background in TV and Radio presenting as well as DJing. Introducing Fat Fat is no stranger to hosting in front of live audiences. The

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Frontline Festival Scotland is About More Than Just a Virtual Gig

The year 2020 will go down as a year where many of us were searching for purpose. With most sectors closed down, limited interaction with our family and friends, it would be fair to say that we were feeling the strain and our mental health and wellbeing was taking a huge hit. Back in April,

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Scottish Artists Join Together to Support Frontline Charities

The covid-19 pandemic has hit many sectors in Scotland, none more than the events industry which has pretty much been decimated in 2020 due to the restrictions. One positive we see emerging from the current situation is the coming together of Scottish artists, who have joined together to show their support of Scotland’s frontline charities

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Frontline Festival Scotland gets backing from new Campaign Ambassadors

Even with the covid-19 pandemic completely writing off any potential income this year for Ceangail CIC, a project management company based in Stirling, the social enterprise pivoted its focus in July towards delivering a new virtual gig called The Frontline Festival Scotland. One of the project’s new Ambassadors that is getting behind their fundraising campaign

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Social Enterprise Pivots its Event Delivery and Reaches Thousands Across the World

Back in April when Ceangail, the organisation behind the recent growth of the Stirling Highland Games, had its income crippled because of the covid-19 pandemic, the future of this social enterprise based in Stirling was in serious jeopardy. Their established Project, which surrounds connecting communities through its event delivery whilst supporting young people develop core

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Ceangail Volunteers are Core to the Social Enterprises Success

Local social enterprise Ceangail CIC Director thanked their volunteers at last night’s get together for their continued support and used this opportunity during Volunteer Week Scotland to share its good news on 2 new exciting projects. Although Ceangail CIC, the organisers of Stirling Highland Games, along with the Highland Games committee had to cancel the

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