The Perthshire and Angus Provincial Mod has been hailed a “huge success”, attracting over 500 entries from across Scotland.
“The high standards of Gaelic across the board are a credit to the teachers who supported it,” said Gilliain MacDonald, treasurer and interim secretary of the Mod.
The event was held at the Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy, on Friday and Saturday and competitors came from as far afield as Mull and the Isle of Lewis.
The first day included a number of fringe events for children including drama workshops run by Seis nan Gaidhael, Celtic brooch making with Crieff-based artist June McEwan and a drama competition.
On Saturday five senior choirs took to the stage and Provost Liz Grant presented the prizes.
Former Mod convener William MacKay was given a long service presentation to mark his retiral from the committee.