Jedburgh Royal British
Legion (Scotland)
Pipe Band


The Pipe Band
The Pipe Band in Jedburgh was formed in 1943 originally as the Boys Brigade Pipe Band and evolved to become
Jedburgh Royal British Legion (Scotland) Pipe Band back in the 1960's.

The Pipe Band is currently led by Pipe Major Tosh MacDonald and the Band is primarily a "Traditional Street Parade Pipe Band" and proud to be so.

Wearing Seaforth McKenzie Tartan kilts, plaid & hose with white spats & doublet jackets with silver braiding;
Jedburgh Pipe Band is one of the smartest bands in the Scottish Borders.

The Pipe Band plays at many community and local events throughout the year and has also spread its
wings to play at prestigious venues in countries all over the world including America, Italy, Germany and Eire.
More recently the Pipe Band played in France for the unveiling of the D-Day Piper (Bill Millin) statue in Normandy and also
playing the Scottish National Anthem at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome for the 6 Nations Rugby tournament in both 2016 and 2018.

As in common with most other Bands, the Jedburgh Pipe Band is run by volunteers & band members all perform entirely in
their own free time. Regrettably funding from the British Legion has diminished over the years & we are now a fully
self-funding group.

Current Principles
Pipe Major - Tosh MacDonald
Pipe Sergeant - Michelle Scott
Drum Major & Treasurer - Brian Scott
Drum Sergeant - Callum Higgins
Secretary - Mo MacDonald