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Tunes of glory for NHS

AFTER ten weeks of clapping and banging pots and pans as a gesture of solidarity with frontline NHS staff amidst the Coronavirus crisis, there is a suggestion the Thursday night 8pm ritual is ending. Some suggest it should become an annual tribute to medical staff. In Stranraer, piper Harrison Gibb – the Clayhole Piper – has been a stalwart of the event, piping a selection of tunes at key locations including the Galloway Community Hospital. For what could be the final NHS event, he was at Loreburn Housing's Milllburn Court – site of the former Hannays Mill. If the NHS event is coming to a close, Harrison saw it out in style.

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