Wednesday, 19 October 2011

RE-DEDICATION OF THE WAR MEMORIAL 1972 (5) - BLACK WATCH ASSOCIATION BAND ON ST MICHAEL'S WAY

   Easily winning any 'first pipe band to use St Michael's Way' competition, the Black Watch Association Pipe Band lead the procession from the town centre to the British Legion Club on the occasion of the re-dedication of the town's main war memorial in 1972.
The 'new road' is not yet quite finished; its final tarmac surface is yet to be applied and, in the background, some last remnants of the town's industrial past are lingering on. Behind the lamp post, centre right,  Henry Seddon's offices in Pepper Street can be seen, with part of the works to their right.
A brand new wooden fence divides the site of the old salt works from the new 'inner relief road'

THE BLACK WATCH ASSOCIATION PIPE BAND

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