Jed musicians sound off across the Borders

Jedforest Instrumental Band at Leaderfoot Viaduct as part of its celebration of The European Festival of Brass.'As Scotland is hosting the festival during April and May, bands across the country have been encouraged to take their music out into the community ' the more unusual the performance the better, with a prize on offer for the most imaginative band.'The Jedforest musicians performed 'pop-up' concerts at venues across the Borders over a weekend, including The Carter Bar, Jedburgh Band Stand, Leaderfoot Viaduct and Scott's View. The culmination ' after a church service on the Sunday morning ' was a trek up each of the three Eildon hills to proclaim the rousing town motto of 'Jethart's Here!'

Jedforest Instrumental Band at Leaderfoot Viaduct as part of its celebration of The European Festival of Brass.'As Scotland is hosting the festival during April and May, bands across the country have been encouraged to take their music out into the community ' the more unusual the performance the better, with a prize on offer for the most imaginative band.'The Jedforest musicians performed 'pop-up' concerts at venues across the Borders over a weekend, including The Carter Bar, Jedburgh Band Stand, Leaderfoot Viaduct and Scott's View. The culmination ' after a church service on the Sunday morning ' was a trek up each of the three Eildon hills to proclaim the rousing town motto of 'Jethart's Here!'

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Jedforest Instrumental Band at Leaderfoot Viaduct as part of its celebration of The European Festival of Brass.

As Scotland is hosting the festival during April and May, bands across the country have been encouraged to take their music out into the community – the more unusual the performance the better, with a prize on offer for the most imaginative band.

The Jedforest musicians performed “pop-up” concerts at venues across the Borders over a weekend. These included performances at The Carter Bar, Jedburgh Band Stand, Leaderfoot Viaduct and Scott’s View.

The culmination – after a church service on the Sunday morning – was a trek up each of the three Eildon hills to proclaim the rousing town motto of “Jethart’s Here!”

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