IN PICTURES: Jethart Callant’s Festival

Jethart Callant Euan Munro’s big week was blessed with sunshine and plenty of support from townsfolk.

Wednesday, 17th July 2019, 4:14 pm
Alexander Edwards gives The Reprisal at Ferniehirst Castle.

Here’s all our photos, thanks to Bill McBurnie, Thursday’s investiture, Friday’s rideout, fancy dress and ball, and Sunday’s handing back of the sashes ceremony...ready about how the day went here: https://www.thesouthernreporter.co.uk/news/jethart-callant-euan-leads-town-s-festival-with-sincerity-and-pride-1-4966608

Rhona Evans, Lauren Cardwell, Claire Stevens and Gillian Scott in Murray's Green on Friday afternoon.
The newly-bussed flag is carried back to the callant's horse.
The principals' lasses and mums at Ferniehirst Castle.
Families enjoy the fun afternoon in Murray's Green.
Festival committee members Lindsay Wilson, Len Wyse, Mary Wyse and Helen Moffat.
Jethart Callant Euan Munro gives the battle cry Jethart's Here on Friday morning.
Jethart Callant Euan Munro gives the battle cry Jethart's Here on Friday morning.
Callant Euan Munro with his right and left-hand men Nick Arnold and Brodie Irvine and Herald Rob Reid at Ferniehirst.
Alexander Edwards gives The Reprisal at Ferniehirst Castle.
Lord Lothian welcomes the crowds to his home at Ferniehirst.
Reporter Kathryn Wylie takes a break from pipe band duties to hear the Reprisal at Ferniehirst.
Dignitiaries and guests at Ferniehirst Castle.
The Cavalcade arrive at Lintalee
Herald Rob Reid thanks chief marshall Ed Bell for all his hard work.
Keiran Murphy, Gavin Lauder, Fraser Hunter and Ross Kerr on Friday afternoon.
Mrs Butterberry provides refreshments for the cavalcade at Lintalee.
Michael, Lily-Mai and Joyce Weekley on festival day.
Herald Rob Reid is first to arrive in Abbey Place.
Supporters wait at Duck Row to see the cavalcade ford the River Jed.
Acting President of the Callant's club Jimmy Steele pins a sprig of from the Capon Tree to Callant Munro's sash.
John Lamont MP, Greg Robertson ex Braw Lad, Rachel Hamilton MSP and Lord Purvis of Tweed arrive at the Capon Tree.
Alexander Edwards gives The Reprisal at Ferniehirst Castle.
The principals with acting president of the Callants' Club Jim Steele, at the Capon Tree.
Callant Euan Munro arrives at the Capon Tree.
Provost Harvey Oliver heads to the war memorial flanked by his halberdiers.
Lasses Dani Kirkman and Chloe Wight follow on foot to the war memorial.
Christine and Graham Wylie follow in the patrons parade.
Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band leads the procession away from the war memorial.
Jethart Callant Euan Munro is watched by his parents as he heads to the war memorial.
Callant Euan Munro carries the flag to the platform.
Jethart Callant Euan Munro completes the act of remembrance at Jedburgh war memorial.
Kelso Laddie Mark Henderon and his henchmen pay their respects as they pass the Jethart Callant.
Callant Munro's mum Audrey is the first to congratulate him on a wonderful festival week.
Len Wyse, Allison Elgin, Stephanie Talac, with Stuart Galbraith and Alison Borthron from Coldstream at the Capon Tree
Callant Euan Munro with his henchmen at the conclusion of Friday's ceremonial ride.
Callant Munro with the callant's cup.
Callant Euan Munro with 1959 callant John Donald.
Visiting principals from Selkirk and Galashiels relax after Friday's ceremonial rideout.
Laura Hill, Karen Stevens, Emma Hall, Nicola Porterfield, Tracey Melrose, with youngsters Oliver Stevens, Jessica Stevens and Layla Hall.
Sherene Wallace, Darci Ramsay, Kirsty Slorance, Paula Whitecross and Molly Flemming enjoy the entertainment.
Hawick Cornet Connor Brunton and his lass Victoria Campbell.
Callant Euan Munro and his henchmen receive their sashes and the Jethart flag and axes during the investiture ceremony.
Callant Euan Munro and his henchmen receive their sashes and the Jethart flag and axes during the investiture ceremony.
Callant Euan Munro and his henchmen receive their sashes and the Jethart flag and axes during the investiture ceremony.
Callant Euan Munro and his henchmen receive their sashes and the Jethart flag and axes during the investiture ceremony.
Callant Euan Munro displays the flag from the town hall.
Right-hand man Nick Arnold waves to the crowd from the town hall.
Provost Oliver's wife Helen busses the flag.
Clare and Layla Wallace enjoy the fun afternoon.
Ella McGovern, Beckie Lambert and Debbie Cockburn at the fun afternoon in Murray's Green.
Piper Gordon Fisher plays the principals in to Ferniehirst Castle.
Left-hand man Brodie Irvine displays the Jethart axe from the town hall.
The principals dance the Jethart Callant's reel for the first time on investiture night.
The principals dance the Jethart Callant's reel for the first time on investiture night.
The principals dance the Jethart Callant's reel for the first time on investiture night.
Hawick's Acting Father and Mother Joe and Tracy Crawford.
Ex-Callants and Heralds take to the stage in the town hall for the investiture concert.
Jessica and Sophie Wood and friend.
Jean Kinghorn and friends enjoy the investiture ceremony.
Celine Nagle with Kath Bewley.
The procession arrives back to Abbey Place.
Callant Munro arrived back at Abbey Place having led the walk around the town.
Carol Marshall with the flag carriers form the Woodcutters' Association.
Visiting guests from Melrose and Yetholm enjoy the concert.
Callant Munro presents his mum Audrey with flowers.
Callant Euan Munro presents his lass Dani Kirkman with flowers.
Left-hand man's parents Lara and Jake Irvine with herald's parents Mike and Jen Reid.
1969 Callant John Donald.
1969 callant John Donald.
Selkirk Standard Bearer Craig Monks and his attendants sing.
Hawick's 'Big Eight' take to the stage.
The Jethart principals join in a chorus of Up wi' Auld Hawick.
Ex-Braw Lads Greg Robertson and Greg Kelly with Braw Lass Nicola Laing and 2016 Braw Lass Amy Thomson.
2018 Bari Manushi Natasha Gray from Yetholm.
Kelso Laddie Mark Henderson and his left-hand man Craig Logan sing in the town hall.
Past principals take to the stage.
Callant's parents Graham and Audrey Munro with their son Cammy and right-hand man's mum Susan Arnold.
Herald Rob Reid's parents, Michael and Jen Reid.
Jedforest Instrumental Band plays at the investiture ceremony.
Trombonist Gordon Melrose plays with Jedforest Instrumental Band.
Selkirk Standard Bearer Craig Monks and his attendants.
2016 Hawick Cornet and lass Ali George and Katy Moffatt.
Hawick Cornet Connor Brunton and his lass Victoria Campbell in Jedburgh.
Right-hand man Nick Arnold's proud supporters.
Callant Euan Munro and his henchmen receive their sashes and the Jethart flag and axes during the investiture ceremony.
Hawick Acting Father Joe Crawford and Cornet Connor Brunton with Claire Dougal, Claire Leitch and Holly Leggate.
Kathryn Wallace, Chris Dunne, Daire Harvey, Ailsa Hill, James McNeil, Louisa Lazarus, Lydia Ferguson and Marcus Baxter.
Amy Simpson, Allana Fisher, Abby Fisher and Vicki Gregg ready for the festival ball on Friday evening.
Callant Euan Munro with members of Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band having completed another guest stint on the side drum.
Herald Rob Reid and Callant Euan Munro prove their worth as musicians with Callum Higgins, Kathryn Wylie and Heather Scurfield from Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band.
Honorary Provost Harvey Oliver leads the ceremony at Mary Queen of Scots House.
Honorary Provost Harvey Oliver removes the callant's sash from Euan Munro.
Ex-callants gather in Mary Queen of Scots House gardens for the handing back of the sashes ceremony.
Callant Euan Munro with six of his predecessors dating back to 2013.
Jedburgh RBLS Pipe Band after their final official duty of Jethart Festival on Sunday.
Carolyn Burke, Cyril Wood, Master Butcher and ex Herald Alan Learmonth and Mandy Ryan enjoying Festival day at Jed.
Libby Jones, Zoe McGlasson, Lucy McGlasson and Maisy Jones.
Lynne Mitchell and Evie Melrose.
Joanne and Millie Borthwick, Leslie, Daisy and Connie Moffat celebrate 1969 callant John Donald's big anniversary.
Rosa Maybin, Polly Maybin, Finlay Maybin, Alice Forsythe, Laura Maybin, Wendy Storey, Katy Nicholl, Anne White.
Belinda Ball, Jamie Ball, Kirsty McRae, Fiona Neary and Euan Glendinning from the town's brass band.
Jedforest Instrumental Band members Daniel Ball, Freya and Rosie McClelland with Ben Murray do Mary Poppins.
Margaret Gray, Susan Cassie and Joyce Lightbody visit Jedburgh from the Sherwood forest.
Jed Hippies brighten up the Abbey Place.
Evie and Andrew Humble flew into Jedburgh's fancy dress on their magic carpet.