Attention: You are using an outdated browser, device or you do not have the latest version of JavaScript downloaded and so this website may not work as expected. Please download the latest software or switch device to avoid further issues.

News > Events > College Pipes & Drum Continue To Play

College Pipes & Drum Continue To Play

The College Band Carries On Playing.

24 Apr 2020
Events
Band Master Graeme Harris
Band Master Graeme Harris
The College remains closed but members of the Pipes and Drums meet twice a week online to practice with Band Master Graeme Harris (10321).

Members of the Band piped on Easter Sunday and intend to pipe on ANZAC Day.  

Band members have also played every Thursday evening to thank all the key workers and members of the NHS who are keeping us safe. 

Any OCs out there who still have access to pipes (or bugles & drums) we would love you to join the boys at this time and then see your videos and/or photos so that we can share them on FB and on the website.

Well done the Pipes & Drums!

video url is 

https://www.facebook.com/FriendsCCBband/videos/576123719547326/?t=33
 
OC Editor - Derm Parker (7467)
 
oldcampbellianeditor@gmail.com
 
07753688656
 
 
 

Similar stories

Americas Branch Dinner - post event report

With thanks to all attending OCs and their guests for their support. More...

Annual Dinner 2020

Over 120 OCs And Guests Attended The 2020 Annual Dinner At The College On Friday 14th Of February. More...

Obituary - William McKibbin

It is with regret that the Society announces the death of William McKibbin. More...

Halloween Ball 2018

Over 200 OCs, Parents & Guests Attending The 2018 Halloween Ball At The College On Friday The 26th More...

Obituary - Major General (Retired) Corran Purdon

Maj Gen (Retd) Corran Purdon CBE MC CPM passed away at his home in Devizes. More...

Most read

Virtual Speech Day 2020
Virtual Speech Day 2020

Virtual Speech Day 2020 presentation. View here. Enjoy. .. More...

Obituary - Richard Grubb

It is with regret that the Society announces the death of Richard Grubb (1962-66). More...

Have your say

 
This website is powered by
ToucanTech