Jan 03, 2016

Can't get enough of New Year celebrations? Then get ready for the old Gaelic version | Life and style | The Guardian

In the old-style calendar, 12 January was the traditional date for New Year, and it's still celebrated in some parts of Gaelic-speaking Scotland

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