I was astonished at how many Yes umbrellas, T-shirts and flags were in evidence. There was no sign at all of the opposition, unless you count a couple of half-hearted Union Jack brollies. But perhaps that's understandable, because - on balance - Bannockburn wasn't really a 'No Thanks' kind of scrap.
Apologies as ever for the terrible picture quality - I'll get organised with a proper camera one of these days. The musical acts are the Precious Penny Pluckers, Rura, Karine Polwart, Dougie Maclean, Rachel Sermanni and Saor Patrol. As you can see, a sharp-suited Jean-Claude Juncker dropped by to catch a bit of Karine Polwart in the rain. You might also just about be able to spot the Red Arrows in the picture of the Bruce statue. They flew straight over Dougie Maclean's head as he started to sing - I think we can safely assume that wasn't an intentional salute for the writer of Scotland's alternative national anthem, but it was certainly a very dramatic moment, which unfortunately I wasn't quick enough to catch!
The very last picture is of Stirling in the evening as I walked back to the train station - presumably the combination of saltires and Union Jacks was a compromise for the armed forces event that was taking place at the same time as Bannockburn Live.
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