I just wanted to send you and the band a small message to thank you so much for entertaining our guests at our annual dinner dance at Dunblane Hydro (29th October 2011). Everyone had a fantastic night and your band just rounded it off perfectly! The band was excellent and the caller did a brilliant job; we had lots of fun and would definitely recommend you in the future. Hope you all enjoyed playing as much as we enjoyed dancing!
Steve Slessor (Managing Quantity Surveyor, Morrisons Construction), 10th November 2011
We have employed the musical talents of the Skelpit Lug Ceilidh Band for over 10 years now and have always been impressed with their punctuality, reliability and performance. We arrange our Senior School Ceilidhs around their availability! If you wish your event to be a huge success, I recommend you look no further than the Skelpit Lugs.
T.Gough (Depute Headteacher, Hillhead High School, Glasgow) 30th August 2011
Thank you Skelpit Lugs for taking part in the reception at the Dunmar House, Alloa, on 6th August at the wedding of Sarah and Robert. Everyone had a great time. I appreciated your music, talking us through the dances in a relaxed manner and your selection of dances. You were also sensitive to the lady who fell during a dance and coped with it very well. Thanks.
Elizabeth McGrouther (bride's mother) 24th August 2011
I would like to give my warmest thanks to the Skelpit Lug Ceilidh Band for playing some excellent music at our Civic Reception on the 21April 2011 in the Royal George Hotel. It was a very special night as we were celebrating the 20th anniversary of the twinning agreement between Perth and the town of Cognac in France.
There were over 30 French visitors, many of whom spoke little English. They were delighted to be given directions and led through the dances by Craig, who speaks very good French. This ensured that everyone, French and Scots, took part in the dances and that the Ceilidh was very successful indeed.
I am very happy to recommend the Skelpit Lug Ceilidh Band for any big occasion, but especially if there is a significant French contingent.
Dr John Hulbert Provost of Perth and Kinross 14th June 2011
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