Feilding Herald : February 2nd 2012
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Photo: BELINDA GREENE 148th gathering of the clans at Turakina games Sheaf: Tossing the sheaf is a traditional competition at the Highland Games which attracted a large number of young men and women from Palmerston North and Whanganui. Big bang: Bass Drummer Stephen Luckin of The City of Wellington Pipe Band. Photo: BELINDA GREENE Caber: Andy Dolling of Whanganui, wearing the Leslie clan tartan, tries his hand at tossing the caber. Mr Dolling, who has been a regular attendee at the Turakina Highland Games says the games are getting more popular each year. Photo: BOBBIE NICHOLLS Keith: Among the tents dedicated to Scottish clans, Wellington members of the Clan Keith of New Zealand, Ian and Julie Dickson were collecting names of people connected to the clan. The Clan Keith is a worldwide family with a common link with the Keith family, the clan, the principal names of which are Austin, Cate, Dick, Dickson, Dixon and Falconer. Photo: BOBBIE NICHOLLS Mini piper: Dressed for the part, 3-year-old Dylan Jones from Waikanae, shows his Scottish blood, sporting a miniature set of bagpipes at the Turakina Highland Games last Saturday. Dylan knew what to do with the bagpipes too, as his Nanny and Uncle were competing in the bands competition as part of the Kapiti Coast Pipes and Drums. Photo: BOBBIE NICHOLLS Saturday dawned bright and brisk for the 148th annual Turakina Highland Games. Pipers, drummers and High- land dancers from throughout New Zealand and Australia converged on the Turakina Domain to celebrate all things Scottish. Competitor numbers were up on pre- vious years, and the bright sunshine brought huge crowds through the gate to watch the many disciplines and to take part in the traditional field events and children’s fun, with the Edinburgh Bouncy Castle proving very popular. Clan displays and market stalls pro- vided the opportunity to spend a little money and food and drinks were in plentiful supply. Sixty people enjoyed Tanja Bueltmann’s history talk at lunch time and a celebration took place for patron Mary Wilson, who will turn 100 this week. The evening was marred a little as the wind increased and temperature dropped. This caused a last-minute change of location for the ceilidh band as they moved to a more protected area of the grounds. But this had the unex- pected bonus of creating a more intimate atmosphere. A small ceremony and tribute was held for a Red Hackle Pipe Band tenor drummer who died during the year. The games were her favourite pipe band event. In all, the event was a great success and the continuing support of volunteers and the community bodes well as the 150th Games approaches in January 2014.
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