Scots Guards Association Pipes & Drums (Manchester)
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Message Number: 51 -
Saturday, March 7, 2015 10:42:46 PDT
[IP = 18.104.22.168] -Comments:
What a treat to see the band at the Edinburgh Tatto, wonderful. As an ex band member I had contacted Pipe Major James Grey to play at my daughters wedding a couple of years ago, that too was very special. I would like to make contact with a former piper named Duncan, I cant think of his surname. John Bowen knows him, I beleive he lives in the Stockport area, can anyone help? Keep up te good work.
Message Number: 50 -
Monday, December 29, 2014 14:44:11 PDT
[IP = 22.214.171.124] -Comments:
Hi, I Served from 1944 to 1957. Joined the 1st Bn In Triete as a piper. Left the pipe band
in Cyprus and was the SIM for the 1st.Bn in Egypt.
Would like to communicate with anyr othe Pipers.
I served with
Message Number: 49 -
Sunday, August 17, 2014 09:51:35 PDT
[IP = 126.96.36.199] -Comments:
Great website and a pleasure to work with you all at the REMT.
Message Number: 48 -
Thursday, December 26, 2013 20:01:55 PDT
[IP = 188.8.131.52] -Comments:
Just a quick hello to wish you all a Merry Xmas and a happy New year. Have now moved from Christchurch NZ due to earthquakes, now living in Launceston Tasmania, you had better stock up on the CD's, Have a great year in 2014 and keep up the good work James pass on regards to senior. Regards Bernie Blackburn ex SG Assn piper
Message Number: 47 -
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 17:05:16 PDT
[IP = 184.108.40.206] -
|Name: ||Fiona Lynch (nee. Forrest)|
My Dad, Jim Forrest, lived for the Manchester Branch Scots Guards Association up until he popped his cloggs in 1994. He looked forward to every band meeting and dwelled in the company of Major Hugh Laing, Wings Morgan, Stan Morris, Bob Lyle, and Jim McDonald. I have wonderful childhood memories of my family life revolving around my Dad and the Scots Guards. I remember Regimental Guardsmen staying at our house the night before the annual Regimental Dinner in Manchester, and also my sister and I taking great pleasure in in polishing and combing our Dads sporan and kilt pin for Burns Night and New Year Eve. I also remember my Dad attending Remembrance Sunday over the years, often as Standard Bearer for the Association. If you need any support or help I would be willing.
Message Number: 46 -
Friday, February 22, 2013 05:09:26 PDT
[IP = 220.127.116.11] -Comments:
Very nice internet site!
It would be great if our bands could meet each other once.
Dutch Military Pipes and Drums (Falcon Guards)
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Message Number: 44 -
Saturday, June 2, 2012 08:49:15 PDT
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|Name: ||MRS JANET HERON nee WALMSLEY|
Hello this is 3rd time lucky trying again to send you a message. think at 65 it beats me more times than enough. I saw one of your Bandsmen this morning going to Wythenshaw looking great in his kilt. When I returned from church I looked up your website. It is very impressive and takes me right back to my childhood. My father JOHN DAVIDSON WALMSLEY (born in Aberdeen and raised in Liverpool) used to take us to the Tattoo in Edinburgh. Hence my love of the Drums and Bagpipes. Sorry to see your CD is out of stock. I was fascinated in reading your history and listening to the recordings and your contributions on YouTube.
Message Number: 43 -
Sunday, March 18, 2012 08:12:46 PDT
[IP = 22.214.171.124] -Comments:
Lovely to see the site, especially my little Drum Major brother.
Good luck for the future,
Message Number: 42 -
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 14:48:56 PST
[IP = 126.96.36.199] -Comments:
Lovely to see you men down at the Remembrance service in Manchester once again this year, you bring joy to the hearts of thousands! Thank you xxxx
Don't forget to post details of upcoming shows.... you mentioned the Rotheram dinner event. Please let us know when it is and we'll see if we can make it. x:)