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Colours of Cluny success means event to return in 2017

Organisers of Forres' first Colours of Cluny event have announced that, due to the resounding success of the 2016 sound and light spectacular, it is to return in November 2017. Over 12,500 visitors descended on Forres to enjoy the vibrant…
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Colours of Cluny welcomes Moray MSP on final weekend of show

Richard Lochhead MSP, visited what has quickly become the North's most visited tourism event, Colours of Cluny on Friday. He met with members from Forres Features Community Interest Company, who have organised the event to congratulate them…
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Colours of Cluny set to become largest tourist event in North Scotland

Forres' inaugural light and sound spectacular, Colours of Cluny, is on track to attract well over 10,000 visitors in its first year. Organisers unveiled the vibrant display of colour last Wednesday causing ticket sales to surge in recent days…
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Colours of Cluny opens to the public in dazzling display of light and sound

Forres' first light and sound spectacular, Colours of Cluny, opened this evening in a vibrant display of colour set to light up northern skies for its 10-night run beginning Wednesday 9th November. The event, which is the first of its kind…
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Forres' Colours of Cluny event lights up the Northern skies

The first Colours of Cluny event is set to launch tonight, Wednesday 9th November, in a dazzling display of light and sound that showcases the natural northern surroundings in a new, very colourful light. The interactive show, costing over…
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Thousands set to descend on Forres for inaugural Colours of Cluny

Forres' first spectacular light and sound show, Colours of Cluny, is set to attract thousands of visitors to Forres to experience the vibrant show that will light up the towns Grant Park and Nelson's Tower when it begins its 10-night run next…
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Colours of Cluny preparations get underway thanks to local funding

Forres Features, the Community Interest Company behind the staging of the inaugural Colours of Cluny, have announced that, thanks to substantial local funding donations, preparations are well underway for Forres' first spectacular light and…
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Inaugural Colours of Cluny receives £35,000 boost from local foundations

Two philanthropists and a charitable fund with links to the region have given the November event, the first of its kind in Morayshire, their backing. The Budge Foundation, set up by Bill and Lorraine Budge, has donated £25,000 to Colours…
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Northern Lights: Over 10,000 tickets go on sale this Friday for Colours of Cluny

Over 10,000 tickets for Colours of Cluny, a spectacular light and sound show that is set to showcase the beauty of Cluny Hill in Forres, are to go on sale to the public this Friday 24th June at 10am. The event, which is the first of its kind…