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The Village on the Loch - film trailer

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Mousehole Films' latest documentary feature The Village on the Loch will have its first preview screenings this summer. Watch the trailer here and enjoy the history of St Fillans, a village at the east end of Loch Earn, Perth & Kinross.

In Trailer 1, St Fillans archivist Jim Brierley, takes us on a journey back through time in search of the real St Fillan.

Preview showing of 'The Village on the Loch'  20 July 2018 at the White Church, Comrie, 7pm. Tickets available in 'The White Church, Comrie' and 'Hansen's Kitchen'.

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