Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band The Band Logo

In 2007, the Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band adopted a new logo to reflect a more local connection. But why a wolf? The Wolf  Story in Stirling

Years ago when Stirling was a very different place than it was today, a pack of wolves were resident in a part of Stirling known as the Wolfcraig (Formerly Wolf Crag).

Stories say that one night, an ambush of the town was prevented by the howl of the wolves. As the enemy approached, the howl awoke the townspeople who were able to defend themselves from the invaders.

Unfortunately the wolf no longer roams the Stirlingshire countryside with the last wolf recorded in Scotland in 1680.

The bands formal logo is the wolf head the the band’s name around the outside.
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