Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum
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The sound of Northumbrian Small Pipes
Tom Clough of Newsham playing the Tyneside song "The Keel Row"
Recorded 1929
The Bagpipe Museum at Morpeth Chantry

Morpeth's Medieval Chantry - © 2011 MorpethNet
Housed in Morpeth's medieval Chantry buildings since 1987, the Bagpipe Museum his home to a unique collection , the foundation of which is the bagpipe collection of William Alfred Cocks (1892 - 1971), a clockmaker from Ryton, near Newcastle.

The pipes collection belongs to the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne, and the Museum is supported by Northumberland County Council.

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