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Wiltshire Based Bagpiper

Playing the pipes for events in Wiltshire And Surrounding Areas.

Photo of bagpiper Wiltshire.Tutored by former Scots Guards Pipe Major Ingram, HP18 has several years piping experience at playing at a whole host of different events, including various Military events, Weddings, Burns Nights, Funerals, New Year Celebrations and Birthday parties to name a few.  He has even played for Prime Minister David Cameron.

HP18 has full Royal Stewart and Government Tartan Ceremonial Dress and Formal Evening or Day dress subject to your requirements.

He plays with a local Pipes and Drums band and can organise a mini or full band also.

Based in Wiltshire but happy to travel he will liaise with you to tailor the day or evening to your requirements.


Add the finishing touches to your special day with a piper, available for either Church or Civil Ceremonies.  He can greet your guests prior to the brides arrival, announce the arrival of the bride and pipe her up the aisle, during the signing of the register, pipe the newlyweds back down the aisle, during the photos and drinks reception and finally piping the bride and groom to the top table.

Commonly requested tunes at wedding include Highland Cathedral, Flower of Scotland, Those Endearing Young Charms, Mairiís Wedding and Amazing Grace.

Burnís Suppers

A celebration of Robert Burns and his poetry.  In recent years the popularity of this celebration has soared, so much so that Highland Pipers are in high demand, often being booked up nearly a year in advance.  Usually celebrated on the 25th January, early booking is advised or possibly organising your function either side of the date

It is traditional for a Highland Piper to pipe in the Haggis, normally to the tune A Manís a Man for Aí That. After the Address to a Haggis, it is carried out accompanied by the piper normally to the tune My love sheís a lassie yet.


The bagpipes add a special touch to any funeral be it church or crematorium.  The perfect send off for your departed loved ones.

They have been used in state and military funerals for years but have become more popular recently for private affairs.

Tunes often requested are Flowers of the Forest, The Dark Island, Mist Covered Mountains, The Skye Boat Song, Amazing Grace.

Customer Review From A Funeral Client;

"Piper HP18 recently provided the service of being piper at my father's funeral. At my family's request he wore the kilt and full highland piping regalia, his appearance and performance was stunningly beautiful. He phoned me as soon as I booked him, to find out how the service would run, and advising us on the music, the traditions, and service he could provide. He was supportive, and professional, and his skill with the bagpipes was hauntingly beautiful. I will be hiring him again! Thank you, your piping was a beautiful tribute to my father."

Jane Baghori.



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