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A pipe band from the Borders has been at the centre of celebrations to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Edinburgh. A procession along the Royal Mile featured the Scout Fellowship band from Hawick.
And there was added local interest with the procession being lead by the The Lothian and Borders Police Band. The parade came right after the highlight of the Queen's week in Scotland - a ceremony to make Prince William a 'Knight of the Thistle.' Kathryn Samson reports.
This is footage of the Scout Fellowship band as they play along the Royal mile in Edinburgh. They were one of a number of bands who played to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Queen was in Edinburgh for a ceremony in St Giles' church where Prince William became a 'Knight of the Thistle.'
Four hundred pipes and drums have marched down the Royal Mile in Edinburgh to mark the Queen's diamond jubilee.
The procession was led by Lothian and Borders police pipe band and will featured the Scout Fellowship band from Hawick.
Some of the young players spoke to ITV Border about their excitement
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A Hawick band were part of a four hundred strong group of pipers and drummers who marched in Edinburgh for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee