WATCH MOD 2021: Highland Council's Gaelic team unveil a video welcoming the 2021 Mod to Inverness saying people should consider coming to live in the Highlands
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Highland Council’s Gaelic team have produced a short video in support of the Inverness 2021 Royal National Mòd which is currently taking place in Inverness.
Encouraging people to come and live in the area, it said ti particualry wanted to attract young people with Gaelic.
An Comunn Gàidhealach, the organisers of the Royal National Mod have developed a blended approach to the Mòd, as events are taking place both virtually and face to face.
A spokeswoman for Highland Council said: "This year’s Mòd provides an opportunity to highlight not only the event, but Inverness and the wider Highland area.
"The Highlands and associated islands are both fantastic areas to live, to work, and to enjoy blended city and rural leisure time.
"Highland Council supports youth employment and is keen to attract young people to Gaelic and cultural positions to live and work in the area. The Council is ambitious, sustainable, and connected in its approach to working with communities and serving the population of the area."
Councillor Calum Munro, chairman of the Gaelic committee said “I’m delighted that the Council has developed this short video which highlights what the Highlands has to offer regarding Gaelic and its associated culture, employment opportunities and the environment."