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LUCY HARDING: Nairn still has 'lots to look forward to' with Book and Arts Festival and Wheels of Nairn

By Lucy Harding

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Lucy Harding.
Lucy Harding.

The schools going back is often the first sign that summer is drawing to a close, and we’ve heard it said that once the Games is over, it’s winter…

However, we beg to differ!

Nairn is still bustling and a number of events are still due to take place. The town still has that holiday feel about it – even if the weather hasn’t always played ball.

First of all, Nairn BID wants to say a very big thank you and well done to the organising committee of the Nairn Highland Games which took place on Saturday.

After a three-year gap, due to you know what, the Nairn Highland Games came back with a “better than ever” bang.

Coming hot on its heels is the Nairn Book and Arts Festival, a week-long celebration of literature, art, music, drama and film which kicks off on August 27.

Just a couple of weeks after that, revving on to the Links will be over 200 modern and classic vehicles when Wheels of Nairn returns on September 24. It really is a busy wee town.

We have been blown away by the eagerness of not just vehicle enthusiasts wanting to come along, but from businesses wanting to get involved. We are delighted to welcome Nairn Car Sales as title sponsor.

Makes by Megs will be looking after our exhibitors, and Brodie Kennels and Lifestyle Moray Magazine are joining us as silver sponsors.

All in all, lots to still look forward to!

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