Mull Highland Games News


We have launched a Just Giving page for donations!

The Mull Highland Games committee have decided to launch a Just Giving page for financial donations. The money will all help support our work in maintaining culture, tradition and the annual Games Day events for future generations to come. If you would like to support us with a donation, please visit our Just Giving page. It…


The MacLean Cup

The MacLean family have kindly put forward a trophy cup for the Mull Highland Games in memory of their mother and father, the late Donald and Theresa MacLean. The trophy will be for the best overall local heavy competitor. The Mull Highland Games 2023 will be the first year the trophy is awarded, as part…

Art Prize Winners 2023

We are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Mull Highland Games Art Prize! The 2-dimensional prize was won by Sarah Darling for her photographic piece ‘Hidden’. The 3-dimensional prize was won by Ian McMillan for his rope sculpture ‘Knot for Nothing’. You can also see more about Ian’s work on this youtube video:…

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Annual Trustees’ Report of the Mull Highland Games

The Mull Highland Games is a charity (SCIO – Charity Number SC051615). As such, we are publishing our Trustees’ Annual Report for everyone’s awareness, which were approved at our recent AGM on the 20th April 2023. You can read the report here: Mull Highland Games SCIO Trustees Annual Report 2022 approved at AGM If anyone…

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MHG Art Prize and the Highland Art Prize

For the Mull Highland Games Art Prize and the Highland Art Prize you are all invited to enter a painting, photo, collage or other 2D work and/or any three-dimensional work in any medium. Prize categories are; 2 dimensional (open), 2 dimensional (under 18s), 3 dimensional (open) and 3 dimensional (under 18s.) This is a prize…

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A Successful Games 2022

This year’s Mull Highland Games have widely been celebrated as a big success. The Games Committee would like to thank each and every person who supported and attended the event this year. So many people, businesses and organisations contributed in so many different ways and it is very much appreciated. As well as being our…


Volunteers Wanted!

We are looking for volunteers to help with this year’s Games.  If you can: Help set up the field (during the day or in the evening) Bake for the tea tent Take a turn on the Barbecue Help prep for the tea tent (Wednesday 20th July) Help on the day – in the bar, in…


2021 Tankard Winner

James Campbell won the tankard at the Local Heavy events 2021. There was an amazing display by all the competitors and the competiton was intense. Thank you to all who took part or supported the event this year.

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Generous donation from the Co-op

The Co-op very generously gave the Mull Highland Games £200.00 for a new banner and Covid 19 signage. Pictured in the photo, taken at the presentation, are Andrew Kain, President; Martin Brant, Manager; William Hume, Hon. Chairman.


Art Competition Results

The results are now available of the art competition. ADULTS 2D 1st Jennifer Howitt – Damsels 2nd Mairi Bowman – The Eas Escape Lockdown 2 3rd Aska Marzec – Resin Seascape ADULT 3D 1st Teresa Munby – Abstract Mountainscape 2nd Morar Honeyman – Girl from the Sea 3rd Chris MacCormick – Sea Flora AGE 12-18…


Open Exhibition and Art Competition – 19th – 21st July

Tobermory Chocolate Factory and The Gallery, Main Street Tobermory Local artists from Mull and surrounding islands will exhibit a piece of their work which has been created during lock down in these locations from Monday 19th July until evening of Wednesday 21st July. The winning pieces will then be displayed on the games field for…


The Mull Highland Gathering is going ahead this year

MULL & HIGHLAND GATHERING – Thursday 22nd July 2021 As a result of Covid-19 our regular Highland Games has had to cancel. This is mainly because the Mull Highland Games fits into the Highland Games circuit – and with many other games cancelled and competitors unable to travel, the usual games would not be viable.…