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UK Suppliers

McCallum Bagpipes - CCPB currently uses chanters from www.mccallumbagpipes.com/

Murray Henderson - reeds and Strathmore Bagpipeswww.hendersonreedmakers.com/

The National Piping Centre www.thepipingcentre.co.uk/
Recommend subscrition to Piping Today magazine - has courses and now on-line tuition. In Glasgow.

Produces Piping Times - Glasgow

www.pipedreamsreeds.com/Makers of Pipe chanter reeds and Eze-drones

EDINBURGH Hector Russell, 95 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2ER. www.hector-russell.com
While visiting the Castle just drop in - see the Rangers / Celtic outfits

Inverness - visit Duncan Chisholm www.kilts.co.uk

Fife shepherd-bagpipes.com


MacMurchie Bagpipe Makers www.macmurchiebagpipes.co.uk

Inveran Bagpipe Makerswww.inveran.com

D. MacPherson Bagpipeswww.macphersonbagpipes.co.uk


Go here under FAQ's for step by step instructions on 'How to tie Ghillie Brogues' in a handy video clip



Hardies Bagpipes Glasgow www.rghardie.co.uk/




has a list of UK Suppiers used by the band

Latest News

Dan Nevans
the bands occasional instructor from Scotland

The Band is using an App as link for routine communications rather than this website - go to your APP store - search for TeamApp and install - then search for CCPBand - apply to join - select which teams you want to join - can also access TEAMAPP via website; there is a closed Band Facebook page where also posted activities and more general information - ask for invite

What is on soon......
Band Practice is usually Wednesday nights from 5.30pm for learners / dancers; Band 6.30 pm;Church of Christ, Weston - practices match ACT school term dates - website not updated PLEASE CONTACT TO CONFIRM if you would like to observe or have an interest in learning

Our Band Facebook Page
There is also a unlisted private Band Facebook page - please ask for invite to access

The Piobaireachd Society
Become a member to access downloads

Try Our Haggis Recipe
Exact proportions up to the cook - if in doubt add more Drambuie to recipe or your glass

Band practice is 98.7dB; recommended to reduce exposure to below 85dB - wear your hearing protectors!

Irish anthem played by the Army Band of Amhrán na bhFiann

Drummers Rudiments
Please use Youtube link https://youtu.be/e6JtBbgYMwY or access from Bands Facebook page or dropbox - the exercises are in pdf link - please ask if unable to access

Contact Us: +61 (0)2 6285 1767 | email_remove XXXXX though -/- XXXXXcanberraceltic@gmail.com

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