Pipes in me­mory of WWI ‘still boys’

The Press and Journal (North-East) - - AGENDA -

SIR, – All bag­pipe play­ers have been asked to cel­e­brate the cen­te­nary of the end of WWI by the Col­lege of Pip­ing in Glas­gow. See bat­tle­soer@col­le­ge­of­pip­ing.org or www.col­le­ge­of­pip­ing.org

We are asked to play at 6am on Sun­day morn­ing when the ces­sa­tion of fir­ing was planned prior to the sign­ing of the Armistice at 11am.

I in­tend to play the tune “The Bat­tle’s O’er”, at Glen­moray Dis­tillery, near El­gin, in me­mory of the “still boys” from Glen­moray and the other Spey­side dis­til­leries who an­swered the call and those who did not re­turn home.

Gor­don Dun­can, Fleurs Drive, El­gin

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