Scotland’s popular Loopallu music festival will return next year after organisers - who had claimed this year’s event was to be the last ever - bowed to growing public pressure from hard-core fans.
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They say it’s all over - but is it now?
The curtain has come down on what organisers are calling the last ever Loopallu festival. So we asked revellers what they will miss most about the wee festival with a big heart. To read more about the festival, click here: GALLERY: Is Loopallu really all over?
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