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United Kingdom Pipe Bands and Drum Major Championships

Ward Arras at Ward Park, Gransha Road, Bangor, County Down, BT20 4UL
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The Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association Northern Ireland Branch (RSPBANI) in conjunction with the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association is delighted to present the United Kingdom Pipe Bands and Drum Major Championships.

The event will take place at Ward Arras area of Ward Park in Bangor, Northern Ireland, on Saturday 18 May 2024, commencing at 10:00 

For more information go to Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association Northern Ireland Branch website​​​​​​, follow them on Facebook, you can email info@rspbani.org, or call +44 (0)28 9267 0445.

Details subject to change.

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Sustainability | Ards and North Down Borough Council is committed to reducing our carbon footprint. We encourage visitors to travel via public transport, bring along reusable bags to pick up goodies at the event and to dispose of your rubbish in the correct bins when on-site.

Dogs | Well behaved dogs are welcome at this event but must be kept on a short lead and can cope with large crowds and loud noises. Owners must clean up after their dogs and dispose of the waste in the appropriate bins.

 

Feedback | Following the event, we would appreciate any feedback you have on your time visiting the Championships on Saturday. Complete the short survey.

 

This event is supported by Ards and North Down Borough Council.

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