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Children's art promises to be a big draw at Ceilidh Place in Ullapool


By Hector MacKenzie

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The drawings have been given a 3D look.
The drawings have been given a 3D look.

A POPULAR Wester Ross venue known for its support of the arts is spreading some 3D cheer as it adjusts to the next phase in the coronavirus crisis.

The Ceilidh Place in Ullpaool, which began its phased re-opening earlier this month in line with government guidelines, has put up a mini exhibition of children's drawings.

The venue said: "They're up! Squeezed in a cheery exhibition of kid's drawings made into 3D by the amazing Mike Macdonnel.

"They'll be displayed for a week before the kiddos get to take them home."

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Story for us? Email hector.mackenzie@hnmedia.co.uk



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