Northern Constabulary Pipe Band at Inverness Tattoo Scotland

Titel Northern Constabulary Pipe Band at Inverness Tattoo Scotland
Eyes front, and the pipers take a breather as the drummers take their turn at entertaining the crowd, as the Parade makes its way down Bridge Street and over the Ness Bridge. Saturday 31st July, the final evening of the week-long Inverness Cadet Tattoo. Being the final night, all the event participants take part in the finale parade through the streeets of Inverness City Centre to the Event Venue at the Northern Meeting Park. En route, the parade - which is led by Massed Pipe Band passes the Town Hall where the Salute is taken by Colonel Roderick Wood (1st Batallion The Highlanders Army Cadet Force) and City of Inverness Provost Jimmy Gray. The Pipe Bands leading the parade were Northern Constabulary (Pipe Major Kenny Watson) and Queens Own Highlanders Regimental Assocation (Pipe Major Andy Venters), along with members of the Army Cadet Force Pipe Band. (Some of NorCon's members also play in the Regimantal Assoc Band, and some play in the Cadet Band). Drum Majors were Jackie McCall (Assoc), who has also turned out for NorCon in the past, and Duncan Macdonald (NorCon)
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Datum 31 Jul 2010 19:21:32
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Ness Bridge, Haugh, North Kessock, Highland, Scotland, IV3 5BP, United Kingdom osm

Street address Ness Bridge
Suburb Haugh
County Highland
Region Scotland
Postcode IV3 5BP
Country United Kingdom

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