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Review by Oor Jim on 12th May, 2009

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Last years games were fantastic but we aim to do better this year with a highland weekend which starts on Saturday night under flood lights with our first small Tattoo with many attractions any one wishing to come will cost £5 for seating area and £3 standing,children free as long as they are with an adults, and then our Highland Games on the Sunday 23rd August which will make a great week-end Regards Oor Jim

Review by Oor Jim on 1st July, 2008

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This year we have the Golden Lions Display Team.So Far 14 pipe bands have enterd along with the Royal Army of Aman pipe band Police Horses,the Royal Cadet Forces Tug-of-War and many more

Date visited: 24th August 2008

Review by jim on 23rd June, 2008

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Review - "A great day out for the family with plenty to see This years games are on 24th August and will have the Golden Lions Display team dropping in. you can also contact Oor Jim at www.cumnockhighlandgames.org hope to see you there" - JIM MCMILLAN

Review by aaron on 23rd June, 2008

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Review - "This years chieftain is Kathy Morrice where the handing over of the Cumnock Claymore, from our old Chieftain William Crawford to the new Chieftain along with many other events .Golden Lions parachute display, Highland Dancers from all over the world and for a full days entertainment for only £3 per adult, Children under 5 Free, Children over 5 £1 Family ticket £6 Its a great day out for every-one "

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