The Campbell College Pipes and Drums play at Tyne Cot, the largest Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery to commemorate 4 Old Campbellians who have no known grave: H Stevenson (OC 988), W Moore (OC 879), B Malone (OC 121) and W Campbell (OC 364)

Campbell College Pipe Band Battlefield Tour

Members of the Campbell College Pipe Band visited the major battlefield sites paying respects to Old Cambelians who lost their lives on foreign shores

Pictures by Michael Copoper

Piper Matthew Wilson of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays at the Pipers Memorial at Longueval
Piper Matthew Wilson of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays at the Pipers Memorial at Longueval
Michael Cooper
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The Campbell College Pipes and Drums play at Tyne Cot, the largest Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery to commemorate 4 Old Campbellians who have no known grave: H Stevenson (OC 988), W Moore (OC 879), B Malone (OC 121) and W Campbell (OC 364)
The Campbell College Pipes and Drums play at Tyne Cot, the largest Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery to commemorate 4 Old Campbellians who have no known grave: H Stevenson (OC 988), W Moore (OC 879), B Malone (OC 121) and W Campbell (OC 364)
Michael Cooper
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Pipe Major Ollie Smyth of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays for the final time on the Battlefield Tour at The Island of Ireland Peace Park in Messines, near Ypres in Flanders, Belgium
Pipe Major Ollie Smyth of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays for the final time on the Battlefield Tour at The Island of Ireland Peace Park in Messines, near Ypres in Flanders, Belgium
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Pipe Major Ollie Smyth of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays for the final time on the Battlefield Tour at The Island of Ireland Peace Park in Messines, near Ypres in Flanders, Belgium
Pipe Major Ollie Smyth of the Campbell College Pipe Band plays for the final time on the Battlefield Tour at The Island of Ireland Peace Park in Messines, near Ypres in Flanders, Belgium
Michael Cooper
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