The Guelph Pipe Band is grateful to have the support of sponsors and patrons.
The City of Guelph have given us funding through the Wellbeing Grant. We are thankful for the funds to pay for uniforms. We will continue to teach youth in the community and play in events throughout Guelph as we have for the past 100 years.
We would like to thank Branch 234 for their support for inviting us to the Guelph Scottish festival this year and times in the past.
The Guelph Pipe Band has a strong symbiotic relationship with the Guelph-based 121 Red Arrows Squadron Air Cadet Corps. Members of the Guelph Pipe Band are involved in teaching the 121 Squadron’s pipe band and many 121 members also play in the Guelph Pipe Band.
The Guelph Pipe Band has a tight knit relationship with JamSchool as our current Pipe Major, Tyler Bridge, has been teaching guitar and bagpipes at the school for 6 years. The band occasionally practices at JamSchool’s Alice Street location and also plays at JamSchool events throughout the year. Several of the band’s up-and-coming young pipers receive tuition from Tyler at JamSchool and many of them regularly receive prizes at piping competitions throughout the year. If you are interested in learning the pipes, stepping up your game in the competition circuit, learning to play in a Ceilidh setting with other instruments, or even interested in learning guitar, check out what JamSchool has to offer.
If you would like to donate or sponsor the Guelph Pipe Band, please contact us!