Seymour College Pipe Band performed over the weekend

Diane Wilson, Emily Abbott, Sally Edwards (Wilson), Edon Abbott, Jane Benson (Wilson), Tikki Barton, Peggy Gebhardt (local resident and mother of Victoria and Elizabeth Shannon, and stepmother of Sarah Gebhardt - Seymour Old Collegians).
Diane Wilson, Emily Abbott, Sally Edwards (Wilson), Edon Abbott, Jane Benson (Wilson), Tikki Barton, Peggy Gebhardt (local resident and mother of Victoria and Elizabeth Shannon, and stepmother of Sarah Gebhardt - Seymour Old Collegians).

SA's largest all female pipe band, the Seymour College Pipe Band, performed at the Hallett Hall over the weekend.

Sunday's performance saw ten pipers and two drummers in attendance, including two Old Collegians.

Margy Abbot (mother of band member Edon Abbot), with assistance from Angela Fleming, helped arrange this performance for her parents, and invited several other members of the Hallett community to attend.

The band performed on stage for approximately 50 minutes and were very warmly received. 

On their way home the band stopped in at the Mount Bryan Hotel for lunch and performed once more, this time outside the front of the Hotel.

It was a sight to behold, as a number of 4WDs and caravans stopped at this quaint country pub to take photos of the band.

The pipe band is a valued part of the college's Scottish Heritage, and is a regular feature in college celebrations and among their wider community.