St Andrews Night 2002
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THE St Andrew’s Night celebration organised by Maybole Historical Society at Drumellan House was a sell-out success. Pipe Major Gavin Nicol of Maybole Pipe Band provided the fanfare for guests arriving at the lovely country house, and a splendid buffet was enjoyed. Master of ceremonies for the evening was David Killicoat, and the entertainment began with songs by Maybole Concert Party. Murray Cook proposed the ‘Toast to Scotland’ in his inimitable style, followed by a solo vocal from Alex Davidson and poetry recitations from Fergus Cook. Gavin Nicol brought the evening to a rousing conclusion with a virtuoso display of solo piping. David Killicoat said the celebration had shown a cross-section of Scottish culture, and society chairman Helen McAdam thanked all who made it a success. She particularly acknowledged Peter and Patti Kewney for providing a magnificent venue. (Photos by Tony Kerrigan)


Historical Society

St Andrews Night Celebration

At Drumellan House

By Maybole

Monday 2nd December     7 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.

Dress Informal                                      Carriages for 10.30 p.m.






The Selkirk Grace


Vegetable Broth, Cullen Skink or Fruit Juice

Meat or Vegetarian Stovies or Shepherds Pie

Athole Brose or Cranachan

or a selection of Scottish Cheeses with Oatcakes

Tea, Coffee, Wine and soft drinks will be provided.  If you would prefer something stronger during the evening you are welcome to bring your own – glasses will be provided.


Including Piping, Singing, Recitation and Music with a particularly Scottish Flavour


Maybole   Historical   Society  meets  on  the   first  Monday  of  each  month

from   September   to   December   and   February   to   May   inclusive