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Kelso Civic Week 2003, Scotland
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Declaration of 2003 Kelso Laddie

The Kelso Laddie 2003 is Mark Halliday.

Mark is the only son of ex Kelso Laddie George and Susan Halliday and, along with younger sister Emma, they stay in Hendersyde Park.

Mark was born in 1982 in the Eastern General Hospital, Edinburgh and was educated at Broomlands Primary and Kelso High School.

On leaving school he spent a short time at Napier University before taking up employment with the Scottish Borders Council as a Trainee Technician in the Technical Services Division.

A keen rugby player Mark while still at school captained both the Junior and 1st VXs and represented the South schools at under 18 level. His rugby career continued with Kelso Harlequins where he also played age group rugby for the Border Reivers.

He is currently a member of the Kelso 1st XV squad.

Mark has been a keen supporter of Civic Week in previous years and has been a mounted follower for the past two years.

The participating Colour Bussers for Civic Week 2003 have also been announced. They are:
Sarah Brotherston
Laura Noon
Saskia Peace
Jenny Wichary

Kelso Laddie Mark Halliday meets the Kelso Provost

The Kelso Laddie 2003 receives his Sash

Kelso Laddie 2003, Mark Halliday with his supporters

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Date: 21/04/2003

Kelso Scotland, Scottish Borders UK