IN PICTURES: Scott’s Selkirk and Selkirk Sessions

Souters went back in time at the weekend for their annual Scott’s Selkirk celebrations, with Selkirk Sessions also going strong at the same time.

Tuesday, 8th October 2019, 4:55 pm
Town CrIer Flora Colton.

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Town Crier Flora Colton, Sir Walter Scott, Provost Keith Miller and Maistress of Scott Selkirk Viv Ross.
Town Crier Flora Colton, Sir Walter Scott and provost Keith Miller.
Town Crier Flora Colton, Sir Walter Scott and Maistress of Scott Selkirk Viv Ross.
Town crier Flora Colton leads the way to the opening.
Town crier Flora Colton.
The staff of Meg Dods' Kitchen.
The Sabbath Breakers case in Scott's Court Room.
The Sabbath Breakers case in Scott's Court Room.
The farmers market was combined with Scott's Selkirk this year.
The crafty beggers street show.
The Crafty Beggers perform in the High Street.
Selkirk Sessions in the Fleece.
Selkirk Sessions in the Fleece.
Selkirk Sessions in Selkirk Conservative Club.
Selkirk Sessions in Selkirk Bowling Club.
Ray Nichol playing in the Fleece.
Neil Devlin performs at Selkirk Sessions in the Town Arms on Friday Night.
Neil Devlin and Brian O'Reilly in the Town's Arms.
Neil Devlin and Brian O'Reilly in the Town's Arms.
Mac McEwen playing in the Fleece.
Lella Cherrie playing at Selkirk Sessions in Selkirk Bowling Club.
John Nichol as Sir Walter Scott in the Courtroom.
John Nichol as Sir Walter Scott at the opening.
Hitting the coconut.
Highline perform in Selkirk Market Place.
The Crafty Beggars perform in the High Street.
The Crafty Beggars perform in the High Street.
The Bogie's Close Stompers play in Selkirk Market Place.
The BB Band perform in Selkirk High Street
Some of the ladies of Scott's Selkirk.
Sir Walter lays a wreath at the foot of his monument.
Sir Walter lays a wreath at the foot of his monument.
Highline perform in Selkirk Market Place.
George Renton and his Penny-farthing.
Gary Smith playing in Selkirk Bowling Club.
Entertainment on the High Street
Enjoying the music despite the afternoon rain in the afternoon.
Enjoying the live music in the Market Place.
David Rodgers playing at Selkirk Sessions in Selkirk Conservative Club.
David Rodgers playing at Selkirk Sessions in Selkirk Conservative Club.
Brian Cherrie singing in Selkirk Bowling Club.
Billy Bowler the performing goat.
David Rodger and Sheila Sapkota play in the High Street.
The Crafty Beggars perform in the High Street.
Selkirk provost Keith Miller welcomes everyone to Scott's Selkirk.
Robin Wilson of the Bogie's Close Stompers.
Provost Keith Miller at the opening of Scott's Selkirk.
Maistress of Scott's Selkirk, Viv Ross.
Some of the cast of Scott's Selkirk.
John Taylor and his staff at Taylors the Butchers got right into the swing of things.
John Nichol as Sir Walter Scott.
John Nichol as Sir Walter Scott.
John Nichol as Sir Walter Scott.