Doug Grant (designer), Heather (Marshall) Hannaford, daughter of first Pipe Major Tom Marshall, Gord Hannaford, Cynthia Herman, Karen (Hannaford) Taylor, Tom Marshall - grandchildren of P/M Tom Marshall, Brian Porter
The beehive which you see in our crest is
a municipal symbol signifying
the industrious nature of
the City of Brockville.
The Band wears the Royal Stewart tartan
which you see here in the heading background.
The pleating of the kilt is rather unusual
in that it is pleated to the blue stripe.
This is so unusual that we sometimes are asked:
“Why do you have two different tartans on your kilt?”
The Brockville Pipes & Drums practices
at Branch 96 of the Royal Canadian Legion
Park Street, Brockville, Ontario
Wednesday evenings, 7-9 pm
(except June, July and August).
The Band is incorporated
– the legal name of the band is City of Brockville Pipe Band –
and is a Canadian Registered Charity;
the Registration Number is 890882665RR0001.
This means if you make a donation to the Band we can provide you
with a donation receipt for income tax purposes.
During the months of June, July, August and September the band performs a series of Blockhouse Summer Concerts. They are held the first Wednesday of June, August and September at 7:00 pm. The July concert is the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm.
On June 1, 2016 there was a special unveiling of a plaque before the concert. Through the efforts of band member Brian Porter a plaque was created to represent the history of the band in Brockville since 1931. The family of the first Pipe Major Tom Marshall was there to help with the unveiling.