Although overcast, the rain stayed away from the many marchers who joined in the rally organised by Alasdair MacPherson of the SNP to commemorate this historic battle.
It was good to see a well represented contingent of the many Scottish cultural groups on what is a very important date in Scottish history.
At the rotunda wreaths were laid on behalf of the SNP, Knights Templar and the cultural groups. Thereafter there were rousing speeches made by Bruce Crawford, Mike Russell and Nicola Sturgeon, who apologised for the absence of Alex Salmond.
The evening’s entertainment, in the Tartan Arms, was provided by Gaberlunzie, Clanedonia The Tartan Specials and Ted Christopher.
It was the great end to a great day.
By Kate and Mike Smith