Jiggered Ceilidh Band: Milngavie Primary Fundraiser

Jiggered Ceilidh Band: Milngavie Primary Fundraiser

With Emma away for the weekend, the stage was set for Ellyn to make her Jiggered debut. It was a lively ceilidh with loads of pupils from the Milngavie Primary (the school the PTA were raising money for). Ellyn has been working with hordes of students across East Ayrshire recently and this experience was really clear as she expertly guided this enthusiastic bunch through the dances.

We've played this one year after year and love it. The young people were pleading for autographs and asking if we had an album out!

Ewan was back on form, winning fudge in the tombola!

There are a few dates in March and April we're offering discounts for. If you're looking for a last minute ceilidh, give us a shout.

Posted at 22:54 on 25th February 2017 by Chris Smith

Amazing last minute deals with Jiggered Ceilidh Band....£300 off!

Amazing last minute deals with Jiggered Ceilidh Band....£300 off!

If you're interested in hiring one of Scotland's most popular ceilidh bands for a ceilidh this March or April 2017, you're in luck. 

We're offering an incredible £300 off ceilidhs for our remaining dates in the next couple of months...Just send us an email or give us a ring and you could get yourself a quality band for a fraction of the usual price!

The dates available (right now) are 10th/11th/17th/18th March and 14th/15th April!

Obviously these dates will be snapped up quickly so get in touch soon to avoid disappointment. And the usual terms and conditions apply...subject to availability etc etc...

Hope to hear from you soon.

Posted at 0:21 on 19th February 2017 by Chris Smith

Jiggered Ceilidh Band play for Kilmarnock Scouts

Jiggered Ceilidh Band play for Kilmarnock Scouts

Jiggered were in action in the Kay Park Parish Church Halls for the 37th Henderson Scouts. Some of the young men are off to Namibia during the summer - it was our pleasure to play at this fundraiser. 

Jiggered's piano player Chris (better known as "Mr Smith" in Kilmarnock) knew a few of the ceilidhers and raffle salesman Scott ensured Mr S ended up with raffle ticket "314" as a tribute to pi. Unfortunatley, this didn't win any prizes! 

Fiona had organised the event- the buffet featured rolls and sausage (always a hit) and bowls of mushy peas (this might be a "Jiggered" first).

Watch out for a few opportunities to snap up a cut-price last minute ceilidh....we'll be posting these on our website and Facebook page soon! 

Posted at 23:46 on 18th February 2017 by Chris Smith

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