IN PICTURES: Teries turn out to welcome Prince Charles

Prince Charles received a warm welcome to Hawick on Friday which included a tour of Scott and Charters Knitwear’s new factory, a visit to Famously Hawick representatives at Hawicko and a tour of high street shops.

Monday, 4th November 2019, 10:07 am

Teries lined High Street as the Duke of Rothesay, as he is known in Scotland, chatted with townsfolk and enjoyed a few tunes by Hawick Scouts Pipe Band...our photographer Bill McBurnie was there to capture it all.

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Shane Coltman and Managing Director Malcolm Grant at Scott and Charters.
Hawick Scouts Pipe Band pipe major Michael Bruce meets the Duke of Rothesay.
The Duke of Rothesay is greeted by honorary provost Watson McAteer at Hawick town hall.
Hawick Scouts Pipe Band pipe major Michael Bruce meets the Duke of Buccleuch.
Hawick Scouts Pipe Band pipe major Michael Bruce meets the Duke of Rothesay.
Hawick Scouts Pipe Band pipe major Michael Bruce meets the Duke of Rothesay.
The Duke of Rothesay is greeted by honorary provost Watson McAteer at Hawick town hall.
The Duke of Rothesay is greeted by honorary provost Watson McAteer at Hawick town hall.
Stuart Marshall was delighted to meet the Prince
The Duke of Buccleuch introduces the Prince to Jane Bannerman
Caroline Muir meets the Prince as he visits Scott and Charters
Duke Of Rothesay as he leaves Hawick.
Wendy Scott and wiggly worms nursery pupils, Lockie Watson and Erin Hush present a mug to Prince Charles
Wendy Scott and wiggly worms nursery pupils, Lockie Watson and Erin Hush present a mug to Prince Charles.
Wendy Scott and wiggly worms nursery pupils, Lockie Watson and Erin Hush present a mug to Prince Charles