The Inverclyde Juvenile Pipe Band (IJPB) is the only competitive juvenile pipe band in Inverclyde.
Being part of the band teaches children discipline and teamwork and promotes social skills. Inverclyde Juvenile Pipe Band is a Registered Scottish Charity (SCO32426)
Formed in 1999, we are members of the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association, and commenced competition in 2001 competing in competitions throughout the United Kingdom, as well as playing at local community events annually. The band wears the Inverclyde tartan designed specifically in association with The Kilt Centre. In 2004 the band was successful winners of the Scottish, Cowal, and World Championships. This culminated in being crowned Champion of Champions. In 2005 we travelled to New York to take part in the Tartan week celebrations.
Inverclyde Juvenile Pipe Band is a Registered Scottish Charity (SCO32426), and we operate under our constitution which is approved by our membership. You can access the constitution here. We take the safety of all children and vulnerable groups very seriously. You can access our Protection of Vulnerable Groups Policy here.
To join the IJPB organisation please submit some details on the contact us form, and we will get back to you.
Practice Chanters, Drum Sticks and Practice Pads are all available for sale from the band.
When we meet
Mondays 6:30pm – 7.30pm
Where we meet
Inverclyde Juvenile Band Practices (Including Beginners Practice) is held in:
St. Johns’ Church Hall