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The Lorne Highland Games, known by the locals as The People’s Games take place today at Mossfield Park in the town of Oban. The Games action starts at 11am and admission is on the gate.
The Lorne Highland Games has all the favourite elements of a good Scottish Highland Games including caber tossing, hammer throwing and tug o’war. You can even take part in the track and field events or just relax and enjoy the Highland Dancing Competition or Pipe Band Display.
Highlights throughout the day include traditional Heavy Weight Events, Light Field, Track and Hill Race, Highland Dancing, Piping, Tug O’ War (confined), U12 Shinty Challenge, Rugby, Adults and Children’s Fun Races throughout the day, Afternoon teas, Licensed Tent, Various Attractive Stalls, Fun Dog Show, Produce and Crafts Tent.
This is a full timetable of events via the Lorne Highland Games website.
Highland Dancing from 11am.
Official Opening of the Lorne Highland Games is at 1.15pm.
Admission is on the day.