Over the years we have forged great relationships with several other pipe bands, musicians and supporters of the Huntly and District pipe band. We are more than happy to consider reciprocal linking with associated bodies, to do so please visit our links page and thereafter contact us.
Huntly owes its name and existence to the Gordon family. In 1319 Robert the Bruce granted the lands of Strathbogie to Adam de Gordon originally of Berwickshire. The family base at Strathbogie castle was renamed Huntly castle in 1506.
The current Huntly Pipe Band has two uniforms; a number one ceremonial dress used for special occasions and certain Highland Games that require the full ceremonial dress to be worn by our members.
The current Pipe band comprises of many members and a dedicated team of committee members and office bearers. Without doubt the continued success of the pipe band is reliant on the continuing hard work and support of our team.
Over the years the Huntly Pipe Band has played in many locations, not only in the United Kingdom but also overseas. During this time we have collected a fantastic selection of images which we have placed in a gallery for the enjoyment of our web site visitors.
The band has travelled to Europe many times, during which we have made long-lasting friendships some of which span three generations. This year we are returning to Amiens, France in July.
Huntly and District pipe band are committed to promoting piping and drumming in the area for young and old. Our piping tutors are Hamish Dean and Ian Stuart, drumming tutors are Glenn Morrison and Connor Dean.