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Paisley hosts British Pipe Band Championships
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19 May 2018
On 19 May 2018 BBC News reported:
Thousands of people have descended on Paisley [Scotland] to see more than 130 of the world's best pipe bands battle it out in the British championships. More than 4,000 pipers and drummers -- some from as far afield as Denmark -- gathered on St James Playing Fields.
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Handing out the prizes as event chieftain Renfrewshire's Provost Lorraine Cameron, said it had been a 'wonderful family day out'. 'It brings with it a massive audience from the length and breadth of Scotland and internationally, and that influx of visitors is worth a six-figure amount for the local economy,' she added.
'It was also great to see our own school pupils get the experience of competing as part of a major championships -- and showcase the musical talent we have here in Renfrewshire.'
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