Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival Grand Ball | photos

Scott Morrison puts the sword to the haggis. Photo: Ashlea Cleaver/Cleaver's Images

Scott Morrison puts the sword to the haggis. Photo: Ashlea Cleaver/Cleaver's Images

Saturday June 1, the biggest day of the 2019 Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival, culminated in the Grand Scottish Ball at the Wingham Memorial Services Club.

The ball was a formal affair, with the men donning kilts and sporrans, or dinner suits where they didn't possess kilts, and the women in formal gowns.

Manning Valley Pipes and Drums pipers lead the haggis into the room with Scott Morrison having the honours of cutting the haggis.

"It was yet another great success with a variety of entertainment and ceremony," Mave Richardson AM, wife of Scottish Festival patron, Eric Richardson OAM, said.

Scottish dancers displayed their skills, with junior dancers from Glen Innes, Tamworth and Port Macquarie taking a turn on the floor.

Member for Lyne Dr David Gillespie, and Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead and his wife Sue, were in attendance.

"They support us every year," Mave said.