New tartan for Duns Pipe Band

Duns Pipe Band visited Lochcarron of Scotland in Selkirk last week to see their newly woven tartan coming off the loom. Present were (left to right) Scott Wait - Drummer, Duns Citizen of the year 2014, Pipe Major Andrew Ainslie, Doug Redpath, President - Duns Summer Festival Committee, Margaret Redpath, Nella Feeney(who looks after us every Reivers Week), Sarah Jane Peters (from the Plough Inn) and Colin Turner - Drum Major. They are watching darner Sheila Jarzyna check through the tartan.
Duns Pipe Band visited Lochcarron of Scotland in Selkirk last week to see their newly woven tartan coming off the loom. Present were (left to right) Scott Wait - Drummer, Duns Citizen of the year 2014, Pipe Major Andrew Ainslie, Doug Redpath, President - Duns Summer Festival Committee, Margaret Redpath, Nella Feeney(who looks after us every Reivers Week), Sarah Jane Peters (from the Plough Inn) and Colin Turner - Drum Major. They are watching darner Sheila Jarzyna check through the tartan.

Duns Pipe Band visited Lochcarron of Scotland in Selkirk last week to see their newly woven tartan coming off the loom.

Present were (left to right) Drummer Scott Wait, Duns Citizen of the Year 2014, Pipe Major Andrew Ainslie, Doug Redpath, president of the Duns Summer Festival Committee, Margaret Redpath, Nella Feeney (who looks after the pipe band members every Reivers Week), Sarah Jane Peters (from the Plough Inn) and Drum Major Colin Turner.

They are pictured above watching Lochcarron darner Sheila Jarzyna check through the tartan.

Duns Pipe Band would like to take this opportunity to thank all the fundraisers, supporters and members for their kind donations and fundraising effort.

They would also like to say thankyou to the Co-op Community Fund for their grant. The band members really do appreciate the efforts everyone has gone to in raising the funding necessary.

The new tartan is registered with The Scottish Register of Tartans and is being called ‘Duns Pipe Band’.