Wick RBLS Pipe Band
The band meets in the Pipe Band Hall. High Street, Wick.
Community Pipe Band playing at local Galas, shows, Games etc, also regular street parades. Pipe Band hall, Wick is used for teaching and practice, also for weekly Scottish Variety Shows, July to September each year and for recitals, concerts, whist drives etc.
Membership Fee: £5.00 for Associate (i.e. non-playing) members.
Wick RBLS Pipe Band
Cronan Na Mara
John Bogle, Band Secretary
News for Wick RBLS Pipe Band
IT'S GOING TO BE A â€˜G'DAY' FOR INVERNESS AS EIGHT AUSTRALIAN BANDS SIGN UP FOR PIPING INVERNESS. Piping Inverness takes place next month, with over 140 bands competing, including eight Pipe Bands from Australia, one from the USA, and one from Switzerland.
JUNE Saturday 11th Wick Harbour Day. Saturday 11th 8pm Gordon Gunn with Brian McAlpine and Marc Clement, Pipe Band Hall, High Street, Wick.
Massed pipe bands from Caithness in the Market Square, Wick on Saturday 18th July 2015.
As part of this year's Blas Festival, Wick's Assembly Rooms will be rocking to the distinctive sound of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers on Saturday 6th September. However many fans will be disappointed as the concert is now completely sold out.
Mr Boom will land the Space Ship Imagination at the Wick Pipe Band Hall. Fun for younger bairns at Wick Pipe Band Hall.
The Wick Pipe Band Hall will be the venue for a traditional music concert on Saturday 14th December 2013 starting at 7.30pm. The concert will feature the well known musician Carol-Anne MacKay along with some of the musician friends she has met along the way and some of her pupils.
Thursday 8th August 2012. - The centre of Wick will resound to the skirl of the pipes as Wick RBLS Pipe Band is joined in the Market Square by the Happy Pipers from Lucerne in Switzerland.
Wick RBLS Pipe Band took advantage of the roadworks which caused the overnight closure of High Street outside the Pipe Band Hall to hold a practice prior to their visit to Germany. The practice provided an unexpected treat for a large group of German tourists staying overnight in the town.
The winners of last Saturday's BBC1 programme "When Will I Be Famous", the Red Hot Chilli Pipers have agreed to play at a Massed Pipe Band event in Wick in September. The live TV show is hosted by Graham Norton and each week 8 different acts compete for a £10,000 first prize.
Massed Pipe Bands in Wick's Market Square, Caithness. Recorded on 16th September 2006.
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