RSFS

 The Royal Scottish Forestry Society

...for those who love the forests, woodlands and trees of Scotland

Traditional music comes to Cashel on Saturday 29th September

We are pleased to announce that Perth-based duo Plaidsong will perform the songs of Caroline Oliphant, Lady Nairne at Cashel on Saturday 29th September at 7.30pm.  All welcome.  Door collection for the Cashel Native Forest Project.  Refreshements will be served in the interval.  For Bookings and Enquiries contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.m 01360 870036

Forester Syd House and historian Nicola Cowmeadow are both from Perth and have collaborated musically for several years, recently forming PlaidSong. They combine historical research interests with traditional, original singing/songwriting. Nicky and Syd draw on an age-old tradition of finding and learning songs from the many cultural sources of Scotland, adapting and reworking old tunes and new words.  More about Plaidsong

The concert at Cashel will tell the story of the life of Lady Nairne (1766-1845) through songs and stories.  Written over 200 years' ago many of the songs such as "Will ye no' come back again" and "Caller Herrin" remain popular and well kent to this day.  It promises to be a lively and enjoyable evening with opportunities for the audience to join in.

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Cashel Forest lies on east Loch Lomond side approximately 4 miles beyond Balmaha on Rowardennan Road, G23 0AW.  More about Cashel