Saturday 10th September 2022

Tickets available only on the day - plenty for everyone

Recreation Ground,  Ferry Road,  Pitlochry,  PH16 5DZ

Admission - £10.00 Adults | £2.00 Child (5-16 years)

( Celebrating 170 years since commencement of our Games on 10th September 1852 )

Records show that the first Pitlochry Highland Games or Sports were held on 10th September 1852.

The evidence of this is a prize in the form of a brooch made of semi-precious stone and ormolu which bears the inscription ‘presented by Lady Feilden at the First Pitlochrie Games to Mr Charles Duff of Dunavourdie as the Best Player on the Highland Bagpipes 10th September 1852’.

Our 2022 Games will be held on 10th September and to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the commencement of the Games we are holding a Pipe Tune Competition.

Entries for this has now closed.

Many thanks to all who have submitted a tune and the Winner will be announced in due course.

NOTE:  PREVIOUS STALLHOLDERS WILL BE CONTACTED IN MAY.
Due to the high number of Stall requests waiting for a space we are not adding further  to this. Please do not contact us on this matter.  Thanks.

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  SOME INFO ON THE GAMES

 No cover if wet. Wear Strong footwear

 Plenty of food stalls around the Arena.

 Highland Dancing Competitions - all day

 Individual Piping Competitions - all day

 Pipe Bands - Parade down Atholl Road from 11.45 hrs and   Competition starts at 1.00 pm (around 17 Bands).

 Heavy Events - Tossing the Caber, Throwing the Hammer etc -   these Events take place throughout the day

 Track Events - Running,  Cycling,  Childrens Races etc  

 Tug o'War Championship - afternoon

 Drum Majors Demo around 1645hrs  if time permits

 Massed Bands around 5pm.

Attractions at the Games:

 

Pitlochry Highland Games Secretary: June Templeman | Tel:+44 (0)1796 473488 | Email: secretary@pitlochryhighlandgames.co.uk | Privacy Policy

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Thanks to Bill Robertson and Colin Liddell for the photographs.