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Picture No 269. Courtesy of Sheila Burgess.
Year: 1967

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Invergordon Distillery Pipe Band

Back row - Left to right - Roland Angus, Bertie Barr, Jim Hutton, Neil MacDonald, Jim Inglis, ??????, Kit Reynolds, Jimmy Jackson an Joe Wilson
Front row - Alex Duthart, Hugh MacKenzie, Ian Angus, David Boyle, Jock MacDonald, Drum Major Sandy Macpherson, Hugh Chisholm, Bobby Macrae. Tom Anderson, John Ross and Bob Leitch.

The Cowal Shield was for World Drumming Championship. The Drum Major's Mace(World Championship) was presented by Sir Max Rayne.
Picture added on 03 December 2006.


Great to see pictures of this pipe band who I used to love hear playing in Invergordon High Street after the Invergordon Highland Games. I can still hear them to this day my parents used to take us to visit our relations Hugh and Annie Moir who had the undertakers in Invergordon and stayed in the High Street after the Games.
Added by Flora Thomson (nee Young) on 27 August 2006.

I remember Hugh and Annie well. We used to have a contingent down from Strathconon every Games day.
At the moment a beautiful mural of the Distillery Pipe Band is being painted on our gable (Noreen's & Kelly's). If you live locally, you should pay a visit in about a fortnight's time when it should be near completion. Failing that click on Distillery Pipe Band on this site and you can see the progress of the mural.

Added by Ann & Noreen (Administrators) on 28 August 2006.

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