Strathallan School from Forgandenny, Perth, a local independent day and boarding school will perform a programme of contemporary and traditional dance at the Welcoming Ceremony for the Longines FEI European Eventing Championship 2015 held at Blair Castle on Wednesday 9 September, 7.20pm.
Strathallan School has a particular connection with former students including Event Director Alec Lochore, Head Farrier Jason Sims, German event rider Claas Romeike and many of the events local volunteers which makes this occasion even more special.
“Strathallan brings back great memories and it’s fantastic to have a local school involved in one of the most anticipated events in the equestrian calendar. This is sure to be an evening to remember and we look forward to the watching the students perform at the Welcoming Ceremony which officially opens the competition” commented Alec Lochore, Event Director.
Marketing Executive at Strathallan School, Lisa Leslie adds “It is a wonderful opportunity for the pupils to be involved with a prestigious local event and we look forward to sharing our performance with the spectators, volunteers and athletes at the Welcoming Ceremony next week.”
Strathallan is an independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 9–18. Founded in 1913 by Harry Riley in the Bridge of Allan it is set amongst 150 acres and aims to provide an outstanding education, academic, social and extracurricular education which allows pupils to excel.
Don’t miss out on this memorable weekend in the Scottish Highlands that is attracting Europe’s top riders who will assemble at Blair Castle to contend for the top honour of Individual and Team European Champions. To find out more information and to book your tickets please visit our website www.blair2015.com