This is Jez, a guide at the Weald and Downland museum. As well as giving talks, he was playing the bagpipes. I asked him why he was doing this as I thought bagpipes were Scottish. He had obviously been asked this question before as he explained that bagpipes were a very ancient form of musical instrument throughout the western world. They have been seen on ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, and were referred to in The Canterbury Tales, written about 1380.
After telling me all this information, including that bagpipes have even been made from half a goat, I asked Jez if he would mind me taking a photo of him, and he very kindly obliged.