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Friday, 22 May 2015
Berwick’s First Mayor’s Parade on Sunday 24 May
Other events are a talent competition and a ceilidh on Saturday 23 May.
On the Sunday, there’s the first Mayor’s parade with horse-drawn vehicles, pipe bands, vintage vehicles, historically-themed floats and characters representing themes from Berwick’s history and the town’s guild and trades through the ages, Deans of Guilds in their ceremonial robes from Aberdeen, Arbroath, Ayr, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Brechin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Lanark, Perth and Stirling.
It starts in Castlegate at 11.45am at the War Memorial, goes down Castlegate, into Marygate, up Church Street, to the Parade ground.
Also on Sunday there are local bands playing on the Parade in front of the Barracks, pipe bands and Highland dancing, and a church service. More information. .
Some of the historical characters including George Manuel a crab fisherman; John Crombie; Dr Philip MacLagan and his son, Dr Charles MacLagan are played by actors in this Maltings Youth Theatre video.
The picture shows George Manuel; his wife, Margaret; and John Crombie.
Posted by Peter Munro at 14:41
Labels: Aberdeen, Arbroath, Ayr, Berwick, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Brechin, Charles MacLagan, Dundee, Edinburgh, George Manuel, Glasgow, Lanark, Maltings Youth Theatre, Perth, Philip MacLagan, Stirling, Videos
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