'A piper for any occasion' is how Cliff Hall describes himself on his website.

Yesterday (Sunday) following Isleworth's Remembrance event he was required to provide some light entertainment back at the Royal British Legion, in North Street.

Having earlier been part of the Pride of Murray Pipe Band which led the parade to the war memorial, Mr Hall gamely took up his pipes and proceeded to impress the crowd with his tootling skills.

After performing a high-speed version of the tunes High Drive followed by Crossing The Minch Mr Hall was rewarded with a big round of applause and plenty of whooping and cheering.

CAUTION - In case it's not clear from the above story, the following video contains gratuitous bagpipe playing from the start!

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If our video has struck the right note with you then you may be interested to know that Mr Hall actually teaches children how to play the bagpipes at the legion on a Monday night.

All the information you could need to contact or hire him can be found here http://www.lastminutepiper.com/index.htm

Getwestlondon also took some video of Mr Hall playing his part in leading the memorial parade as well as a couple of others from the service itself which you can view below.

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