27 January 2019
Members of the band braved the cold wind to kick off Ayr’s “Hame Toun Event” in honour of the birth of Robert Burns. I must say it was a cold and nippy afternoon but we got there.
12 January 2019
Pipers Sandie Greenwood and Jeremy Moby Levif performed outstandingly well at the CLASP event at The National Piping Centre.
Sandie, a seasoned performer who competed in Grade 1 against some of the best pipers in the business was placed 4th in the March and 5th in both the Strathspey and Reel.
Jeremy entered his first Solo Piping Competition at Grade 3 and performed outstandingly for his first ever competitive event. Jeremy was placed 2nd in March and 3rd in both the Strathspey and Reel.
29th December 2018
Ayr Pipe Band Society performed alongside the Red Hot Chilli Pipers at Ayr Town Hall.
It was a fantastic experience and privilege for all at the band to perform with the group in our very own town. We are also very humbled by the donations made to the Ayr Pipe Band Society from all who attended the afternoon and evening performances. We would also like to thank the RHCP for the opportunity and we hope that Ayr Pipe Band Society can again take the stage with the group at a future event and we wish the group every success.
23rd November 2018
Ayr Pipe Band Society would like to thank everyone who donated much appreciated prizes to yet another successful Fundraising Ceilidh which was held at The Carlton Hotel in Prestwick on 23rd November 2018. The entire band would also like to thank all who attended the event and made it a great night. All proceeds of the event will help towards the upkeep of the band and the usual wear and tear of the band kit. The band will again look forward to next years event.
18th November 2018
Santa’s little helpers were in form as Beth, Keir and young Adam made sure Santa found his way to Dobbies Garden Centre in Ayr.
11th November 2018
Ayr Pipe Band Society proudly lead the Remembrance day procession through the town of Ayr and up to Wellington Square. It was a cold and wet day but incomparable to those who fought for their county. #Lest we forget
28th October 2018
Ayr Pipe Band Society again took part in the Tamfest Parade also known as The day O The Deid which was lead through Ayr Town centre. Not to be outdone some of the playing members got into the “Spirit” of the event.
20th October 2018
Ayr Pipe Band Society had 5 tremendous representatives in this years Festival of Juvenile Solo Piping which was held at Auchenharvie Academy in Saltcoats. The band as a whole would like to take this opportunity to publicly state how proud they are of the participation and achievements of Katy Ann Thomson, Keir Martin, Beth McMaster, Tegan Harley and Tia McLanaghan.
Katy Ann, in her very first competition won 1st place in the 10 years and under Chanter competition.
In piping Keir Martin was awarded 4th place in the 14 years and under category while Tia McLanaghan was awarded Best in Branch in the 16 years and under category.
All of these young musicians were great ambassadors for Ayr Pipe Band Society, competing against some of the best performers from all over Scotland.