The world famous Eagle Pipers’ Society is back.

For the first time in more than 25 years, the Eagle Pipers’ Society will meet to provide an informal platform for pipers to perform and for enthusiasts to meet and enjoy the music.  True to its roots, the Society is open to anyone with an interest in the Great Highland Bagpipe and we invite you to join us to play, to listen or simply to enjoy good company.

The first meeting will take place on Tuesday 19 January 2010 from 7.30pm at the Scots Guards Club on Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh.  Meetings will take place every 2nd Tuesday thereafter throughout the year.

Membership of the Society is open to all and costs £30 for the year. When you become a member you’ll receive your Eagle Pipers tie, perhaps the most famous and iconic tie in piping.  We also welcome members from overseas and invite you to join us whenever you’re in Edinburgh.  For £20, you will receive a Society tie and will be kept up to date with the latest Society news. Visit the Membership section for more information or click here to be taken to our Paypal link.

We look forward to welcoming you to The Eagle Pipers’ Society and to many nights of great piping.

Colin MacLellan
President
The Eagle Pipers’ Society

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3 responses to “The world famous Eagle Pipers’ Society is back.

  1. Ev Hazzard

    Well done, you!

    Do you have a Facebook link?

    • colinmaclellan

      Hi Ev

      Iain I believe is constructing a Facebook page, I’m not sure he has finished getting that done. Will have to get onto him!

  2. Mikey Wilson

    I remember the Eagle Piper’s Society, Neil and the West End Hotel ( 1973-4)with great affection. A great refuge for pipers and anyone wanting a pint and a chance to listen to some talented musicians. Neil took pity on me and told to I was always to stay put at closing time when he chucked out everybody but the chosen few. Then the party really started. One night I asked him if he ever had trouble with the Police. He jabbed his thumb at a gregarious crowd of after hours regulars and said, ” Who do you think they are ?” Great days, and still got my tie. Hope to call in if I am in UK. Regards to all and glad to find you are still doing what the society set out to do.

    Mikey

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