Portree celebrates opening of new Gaelic School, Hostel and Portal to hell.

Campaigners for the Gaelic language are celebrating the opening of the long fought for Portree Gaelic School, Hostel and state of the art Hellmouth portal.

“I like the portal to Hell because it means the whole community can suffer equally, whereas the new Gaelic school only allows the native minority language of our island to benefit and flourish” said one local critic.

“The option of quality bilingual education in our ancient native language is tearing our island apart”.

Having received the paltry investment of £4.75 million from the Scottish Government the new school has received widespread criticism from both keyboard warriors and people who really should know better.

Highland Council were able to make savings of over £46 on the build by stripping Broadford and Dunvegan Primaries of copper, textbooks and joy.

Concerns were raised on Thursday when BBC Alba mistakenly broadcast a burning effigy of Dotaman instead of the news.

Mealaibh ur naidheachd agus gur math a thèid dhuibh uile ann an Sgoil Ghàidhlig Phort Rìgh! #gaisgichnaGàidhlig