Gaelic Shinty in Nairn

Millbank Primary School

Millbank Primary School was the venue as 17 children took to the field for some fun and enjoyable Gaelic Shinty sessions.  The Camanachd Association are delighted to be hosting Shinty in Gaelic for the young people of Millbank Primary School. This not only gives them a chance to play a new sport and enjoy themselves but also to develop other skills such as language and communication.


The youngsters thoroughly enjoyed their first session on Thursday which will continue for weeks to come.

The future stars of the game are looking forward to building a Shinty culture in the local community which will help the sport to thrive in years to come.

Coming up...

This is of course on the back of a fantastic Nairn wide taster session last week which you can read about and see at the bottom of this article. Plenty more to come from Nairn as Shinty continues to grow throughout the country.

Please note that Shinty will be made available in English and Gaelic within the community to ensure equality and inclusion within the sport

Contact us...

If you are a teacher, parent or member of the Nairn Community, please do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions or queries about the future of Shinty in the area.

Iain Robinson
Regional Development Officer
Mob: 07376627244

Read about the Nairn Tester Session below....