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NZ National Pipe Band Championships: Recap

March 13, 2016 1 min read

NZ National Pipe Band Championships: Recap

What an amazing two days at the New Zealand Pipe Band Championship in Feilding!

Scots in Spirit would like to congratulate prizewinners across all grades for their incredible achievements - in particular, the Canterbury Caledonian Pipe Band for winning their fifth consecutive national grade one title.

We would like to acknowledge and thank all other bands and participants in the competition, as well as the Royal New Zealand Pipe Band Association and the organisers for making the event happen. It is because of the tireless efforts of these individuals, groups, and organisations that the unique art of piping and drumming is so alive and strong in New Zealand.

Finally, we would like to thank all of those who visited our stall over the two days! We enjoyed hearing the stories about yourselves, your families, and your heritage, and we appreciate all of the positive feedback we have received about our products and services.

For more information about the results of the Championships head to:

http://www.nzpipebands.org.nz/contests/

 


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