IN PICTURES: Hawick Common Riding schools visits

There was great excitement in schools across Hawick on Thursday when 2019 Cornet Connor Brunton and principals met pupils and presented prizes.

Wednesday, 12th June 2019, 5:15 pm
Stirches pupils welcome the principals.

Here’s a selection of images taken on the day by photographer Bill McBurnie.

Staff and pupils at Stirches Primary School await the cornet.
Stirches Primary School pupils are excited to meet the cornet.

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Drumlanrig Primary School's Lewis McGeorge had gifts for the acting father and mother.
Drumlanrig head boy Jack Halliday and head girl Sarah Scott with Miriam Beattie and Harrison Crudge present gifts to Connor and Victoria.
Corey McAulay and Kaitlyn Maggs with the acting father and mother at Burnfoot Primary School.
The cornet presents the essay prize to Burnfoot Primary School's Maddie Collins.
Burnfoot Primary's Lexi Jenkins was highly commended in art.
The cornet at Burnfoot Primary School with Tyler Frew, carnival cornet 2018.
The cornet and his lass at Stirches Primary School.
Drumlanrig Primary headteacher Jeanette Gordon with Cornet Brunton, who presented Mackenzie Crudge with her cup.
Liam Gourley gets a certificate from the cornet at Drumlanrig.
Drumlanrig's Jack Bowen receives his prize from Cornet Brunton.
Drumlanrig nursery children were visited by the cornet.
Erin Landels, Allie Kirmichael and Maddie Patterson waiting for the cornet at Drumlanrig school.
Burnfoot pupils Cassie Edwards, Lewis Ingles, Corey McAulay and Kaitlyn Maggs, who presented gifts to the visiting principals, with teacher Brogan Beattie.
Burnfoot Primary School pupils welcome the principals.
Mrs Dixon with Caley Clark and Isla Gibson, essay winner and highly commended at Trinity Primary School.
Trinity's choir sings for the cornet.
Loris and Robbie Pringle. 25 year principals, at Trinity Primary School.