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  • Royal National Mod entries - 2017

    Posted: 25th May 2017

    The Royal National Mòd Piping Entries are due in by Friday 7th July - this is an update from the Guide to the Games. The Royal National Mòd takes place in the this year from 13th-21th October 2017, with the piping competitions taking place on Saturday 14th October 2017 in Lochaber High School, Fort William. Entries for both junior and senior competitions must be submitted by Friday 7th July 2017 and can be done online http://www.ancomunn.co.uk/nationalmod/entryform

  • SPSL Annual Competition 2017 - Entries Open

    Posted: 3rd May 2017

    Notice for Entries to the Annual London Competition Date Saturday November 4th ...

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  • Piobaireachd Society Set Tunes for 2018

    Posted: 4th April 2017

    The set tunes for 2018 have now been announced by the Piobaireachd Society. Head over to their website to see the full list. http://www.piobaireachd.co.uk/archives/8844

  • 2017 Guide to the Games - Out Now!

    Posted: 21st March 2017

    The 2017 Guide to the Games is now live and available to ...

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  • 2017/18 Season Gradings Closes soon!

    Posted: 25th Nov. 2016

    Just a reminder that the gradings for the 2017/18 clos on Wednesday 30th November. If you wish to submit a grading, you must be a member and submit it before this deadline.

  • Reminder -Autumn Solo Piping Judges' Seminar - This Sunday!

    Posted: 14th Nov. 2016

    The Autumn Judges Seminar from the Piobaireachd Society and the Solo Piping Judges’ Association (SPJA) will take place this Sunday, 20th November at The National Piping Centre and is free to all to attend. It will also be livestreamed from The National Piping Centre website - www.thepipingcentre.co.uk/livestream , with a watch again available a few days later. The main subject for discussion will be the set tunes for the Silver Medal competitions in 2017. These are tunes drawn from Book 16 and from the compositions of Pipe Major Donald MacLeod and so are unlikely to be well known. The seminar will be chaired by Jack Taylor and the discussions will be led by Andrew Wright (Book 16 tunes) and John Wilson (Donald MacLeod tunes) and some of the tunes will be illustrated on the pipes. It is hoped that this will be of interest to judges, competitors and teachers, as well as to the wider public. The agenda for the day, and approximate timings, are as follows: 13.00 to 14.30 Book 16 set tunes 14.30 to 15.00 Short break 15.00 to 16.30 Donald MacLeod set tunes All are welcome to attend, please just turn up - or tune in - shortly before 1pm.

  • SPSL London Competition 2016 - Draw Available

    Posted: 12th Oct. 2016

    This year's draw for the SPSL London Competition is now available over on their website. The Premier, A, B, C and Juvenile events are shown on separate sheets. The CLASP draw will be posted on the CLASP website. Competitors should note that all piobaireachd events will start at 8.30am. A schedule of competition times will be published nearer the event date. Late entries will not be accepted. Anyone who believes they have entered but are not shown in the draw should raise a query directly with Andrew Hall. This is the link to the draw: http://bit.ly/2e9sPGP

  • Autumn Solo Piping Judges' Seminar - Sunday 20 November

    Posted: 11th Oct. 2016

    The Solo Piping Judges' Association (SPJA) and the Piobaireachd Society have decided to adopt a different approach to their autumn judges' seminar this year. The seminar, which is free of charge, will be held in the auditorium at the National Piping Centre in Glasgow and will be open to anyone who wishes to attend. It will also be live streamed so that it may be viewed by those who cannot make it to Glasgow. Information on how to access the live stream will be circulated nearer the time. The main subject for discussion will be the set tunes for the Silver Medal competitions in 2017. These are tunes drawn from Book 16 and from the compositions of Pipe Major Donald MacLeod and so are unlikely to be well known. The seminar will be chaired by Jack Taylor and the discussions will be led by Andrew Wright (Book 16 tunes) and John Wilson (Donald MacLeod tunes) and some of the tunes will be illustrated on the pipes. It is hoped that this will be of interest to judges, competitors and teachers, as well as to the wider public. The agenda for the day, and approximate timings, are as follows: 13.00 to 14.30 Book 16 set tunes 14.30 to 15.00 Short break 15.00 to 16.30 Donald MacLeod set tunes

  • Captain John MacLellan Competition 2016 Results

    Posted: 10th Oct. 2016

    This weekend saw the annual Captain John MacLellan Competition once again take place at the Army School of Piping and Drumming in Edinburgh at what was a very well run competition. The results were as follows: P/A Piobaireachd 1 Faye Henderson, Scarce of Fishing 2 Peter McCalister, The Fingerlock 3 Mike Fitzhenry, Park Piobaireachd No.2 4 Jamie Forrester, The Vaunting 5 Gordon Bruce, The Big Spree Judges: Andrew Frater, Robert Wallace P/A MSR 1 Jonathan Greenlees 2 Craig Sutherland 3 Jamie Forrester 4 Steve Gray 5 Graham Drummond Judges: Ian Duncan, Iain McLellan B Piobaireachd 1 Bruce MacDonald 2 Jonathan Simpson 3 Steven Gray 4 Jamie Elder 5 Cameron McDougall Judges: Ronnie MacShannon, Stuart Samson B MSR 1 Calum Watson 2 Jonathan Simpson 3 Andrew Wilson 4 John MacDonald 5 Andrew Hall Judges: P/M Jimmy Banks, Colin MacLellan C Piobaireachd 1 Scott MacRae 2 Ben Mulhearn 3 Chris Lee 4 Connor Jardine 5 Andrew Bova Judges: Tom Speirs, Andrew Wright C MSR 1 Connor Jardine 2 Edward Gaul 3 Dan Nevans 4 Chris Lee 5 Scott McRae Judges: Walter Cowan, James Henderson Open H&J 1 Jamie Forrester 2 Craig Sutherland 3 Connor Jardine 4 Calum Watson 5 Cameron MacDougall/ Graham Drummond Judges: Ian Duncan, James Henderson, Iain McLellan, Tom Speirs, Robert Wallace Congratulations to all those who took part.

  • Captain John MacLellan Competition 2016

    Posted: 5th Oct. 2016

    The Draw for the Captain John MacLellan Competition, which takes place on Saturday 08 October is now live in the members area of the website. The Piobaireachd and March, Strathspey and Reel in all grades will start at 10.00. The Open Hornpipe & Jig will being at approx 14.00. Thank you to all who entered and Good Luck!

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