Plans are underway to attend the National Arboretum Staffordshire on 27th/28th February 2016 to attend the unveiling of a memorial to those who lost their lives during Op Granby (the first Gulf War).
The Regimental Office is arranging for a free coach to be laid on to take people from…
Posted : 17 Nov 2015 in General News
At the Trustees meeting held at the Royal Scots Club on the 23rd of October Robert Watson stepped down as a trustee and Gordon Rae and Norman Soutar became trustees. Robert has handed over chairing the Museum and Heritage Committee to Gordon; under Robert's outstanding leadership a huge amount has…
Posted : 11 Nov 2015 in General News
A DVD has been prepared which gives a good memento of the events held to commemorate the crash on 22 May 1915 and the subsequent burial at Rosebank Cemetery.
The DVD consists of the full BBC programme "Quintinshill" narrated by Neil Oliver; a recording of the Service…
Posted : 20 Oct 2015 in General News
Presidents Message - Ron Cullen
Things have been relatively quiet since the last issue of The Can Scot.
Some of us attended an Association Barbeque put on by Bill & Linda Burwood, Gord and Maureen Thompson and the Nanaimo Branch. There was a good turnout and some rain but no…
Posted : 8 Oct 2015 in General News
I wanted to show my Royal Scots collection that goes along with my 1st. Royal Scots Enfield sniper rifle. Always looking to add to my collection if anyone has anything they would part with. Letters, journals and pictures would be wonderful. We have a military collectors show here twice a…
Posted : 20 Aug 2015 in General News
Notes on Regimental Trustees Meeting held on Friday 29th May 2015
by Martin Gibson Chairman of the Regimental Trustees
George Lowder, Robert Watson, David Nisbet , John Sands, Jeremy Richardson and myself met at The Royal Scots Club. Robbie Scott Bowden and Dick Mason…
Posted : 5 Jul 2015 in General News
Teenage soldier's tragic efforts to save regimental colours remembered in Inverness
The life of a teenage soldier from Inverness who died during one of the last Napoleonic battles has…
Posted : 24 Jun 2015 in General News
The RS Shop is adopting a new method of operating. This will provide a service to Old Royals at affordable prices. The product range will be much as at present, i.e: