The band is recognised as one of the oldest surviving civilian pipe bands in the world, having been formed in 1887 in the village of Wallacestone, which is a few miles outside Falkirk in Central Scotland.
Originally financed by local miners who contributed part of their wages each week to establish the band, it is now completely self-supporting.
The Hunting Sinclair tartan has been worn by Wallacestone since 1974.
Pipe Major Neil Henderson has led the band for six years and were runners up at the 2016 grade 3B World Championships and runners up in the 2016 Champion of Champions table. This resulted in the band being promoted to grade 3A.
The 2017 season also proved to highly successful with the band winning both the European and UK Championships as well at taking the Champion of Champions title with the band being upgraded for a second successive season.
They will now compete in Grade 2 in 2018.
Wallacestone and District Pipe Band practice twice weekly in Grangemouth Royal British Legion and is also a registered charity.