Like every other challenge that we have faced together, let us also face Coronavirus and hope for a happier and healthier life ahead.
Coronavirus reminds us that we all can contribute in protecting each other by maintaining social distance.
We cannot deal with Coronavirus alone but we have to work as a team to fight this virus. Let us all be responsible towards each other.
It is with a sad regret but with with great conviction that all band practices/events will cease in line with government guidelines.
We at Ayr Pipe Band know that the safety of everyone far outweighs anything else and this not before long we will all get through this together and we will be back…
Ayr Pipe Band Society again performed at Ayr Town Hall on the 28th of December with the RHCP. The crowd were great and roared us all on. Thank yo to everyone for your support.
The band were on form on Christmas Eve in Kilmarnock Town Centre as we performed alongside Gargieston Primary school choir and all the members of the RBLS Kilmarnock. Photographed with thanks to KSG Photography
There’s no show without the band as we kick of the festivities at the switching on of Ayr’s Christmas Lights
On 10th November the band had the honour and privilege of participating in the Remembrance Day Parade in Ayr
On 27th October Ayr Pipe Band lead the way at Ayr’s very own Day O’ The Deid
2019 Fundraising Dance
This years Fundraising Dance took place on 28th September 2019 at The Fairfield House Hotel in Ayr with the band kicking the evening off with a performance after what was a big year for the band.
This years fundraiser was aimed at raising funds to renew kit and maintain instruments for all players, young and old with a view to ensuring that those young players who are progressing into the competitive band have suitable attire, securing their identity within the larger band.
This years fundraising dance raised over £2500, which is a great achievement and will help the band in the 2020 season immensely. Thank you to all who helped.