Colours of Cluny

Colours of Cluny, which took place for the first time this November, is set to return in 2017 on an even bigger scale.

The event, which again will take place in Forres in Scotland, is a sound and light spectacular which showcases a vibrant display of colours.

The event will run for a ten night period and will host more than 600 light fittings within and above the Grant Park in Forres. 

Visitors to the show will be able to follow a colourfully lit route which will trail through Grant Park, up Cluny Hill and finish at Nelson’s Tower. 

The night will be complemented with music and there will be food and drink for visitors to enjoy as they experience the displays.

Colours of Cluny will take place between 8th and 19th November 2017 and is set to feature even more light displays and trails.

More about Colours of Cluny

In 2016 the event was staged by Forres Features Community Interest Company.

Graham Murdoch, chairman of Forres Features Community Interest Company said: “We aim to build on our success and have decided that Colours of Cluny will be back in November 2017, introducing many new and exciting sound and light concepts and hopefully extending the footprint of the event within Grant Park.”

This year more than 12,000 people attended Colours of Cluny.

The event was self-funded with the help of local funding donations from The Badge Foundation, the Berry Burn Foundation, Highlands and Island Enterprise, Forres Events Ltd, Forres Area Local Forum and Forres Common Good Fund, as well as donations from many other local businesses.

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