Passion, Dedication, Professionalism.


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 Mateusz & Sara Ruman – 4th June 2011, Gdów, Poland

Mateusz & SaraMateusz and I would like to take this opportunity to thank Andrew for his amazing piping at our wedding in Poland last month.

I had always imagined that Andrew would pipe at my wedding ever since we were at school together, but I did not comprehend that twelve years later he would happily travel to Europe for the occasion and we are thrilled when he agreed to do it.

We managed to keep Andrew’s presence a secret until the moment he piped my step father and I into the church and down the aisle. Mateusz’s family were very surprised and impressed by his majestic sound and appearance. They are still talking about him today.

Andrew has a fantastic personality and got on well with all of our guests from both sides of our family, he was also very flexible and played at various times throughout the day and evening. He helped us to choose appropriate music and played away in the background as guests gathered at different points.

We would recommend his services to anyone who is looking for a piper and will definitely be calling on him again for any future occasions.

Once again, Thank you from us and all of our guests, you made our wedding perfect!

Sara & Mateusz

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Queen Birthday Celebration Kampala – Uganda 

Dear Sir

As you will be aware, the presence of piper from the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, to attend the Queens birthday celebration in Kampala, was requested. It was our pleasure to Receive piper Andrew Elliott who was nominated for this event

I am delighted to substantiate that he performed all of his duties in true Scots guards fashion, demonstrating the highest principals of conduct and etiquette. As an ex- Coldstream Guardsman, I was intensely proud to sat that he belong to my former division

As I write, members of the diplomatic community are still making enthusiastic and positive comments about the attendance of piper Andrew Elliott in Kampala.

I would like to express my appreciation to all those who made the trip possible, but in particular I would like to thank the soldiers them self for attending and all their hard work in Uganda. It was both a privilege and honour to have piper Andrew Elliot as our guest and we would welcome him back at any time.

Simon Bowskill MBE
British high Commission
Kampala, Uganda


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Help For Hero’s Jubilee Challenge June 2012


We were contacted by Andrew Elliott who expressed a keen interest in assisting with any of our Help for Heroes Challenges. We are always on the lookout for experienced musicians and so we invited Andrew to join us on our H4H Jubilee Challenge – a trek to light a beacon at the summit of Ben Nevis to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee.

Our team of fundraisers were delighted that Andrew was able to join us, he was very easy going and friendly, and everyone commented on how fantastic his impromptu performances were as they trekked up the mountain. He was even happy to perform requests for the passing general public!

As the sun was beginning to set, several trekkers were becoming fatigued and starting to slow down. They were delighted to hear Andrew piping from just over the hill; it spurred everyone on and put them in great spirits to reach the summit. Once at the top, Andrew piped while the beacon was being lit – it was a truly spectacular moment which no-one at the summit will ever forget.

 Andrew is clearly very passionate about his work and this shines through when you watch him perform. We would be delighted to invite him to any other Help for Heroes events in the future.

 Candice Bryant

 Challenges Coordinator  Help for Hero’s


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