Posted on 4 Sep 2015 by wullie adams
never knew or met the man but he had a fine reputation RIP DAVID.
Posted on 4 Sep 2015 by secret squirrel69
Condolences to the family of Major David Cuthbertson another joins the heavenly ranks as our original Battalions parade above.R.I.P.Sir.
Posted on 3 Sep 2015 by Tam Millar
Sadly Maj. David Cuthbertson has passed away, Once I have details of funeral I will post out, I visited David down in Cricklade, had a meal and pint with him in his local pub, then had walk up to wee church were he said that is were my service will be.
Posted on 1 Sep 2015 by stuart taylor
hi Tom Logan i will be coming to dundee. for the Commemoration of Pte Robert Dunsire VC. Buckhaven, Battle of Loos Commemoration. Dundee on the Sat 26 Sept. you can email me on email@example.com with the details as i will be making my own way up to dundee cheers stuart taylor
Posted on 31 Aug 2015 by Tom
1952-54,seem to have lost contact with those in that era,happy times in the M.T.
FROM Admin:- Maybe a little bit more information from 52 - 54 might bring some results you never know who is lurking on these pages.
Posted on 31 Aug 2015 by Eddie Welsh
Just like to say a big thank you to Kevin Gray and his team from Legion Scotland for a wonderful day of shooting on Saturday 29/08/2015.
Myself and six others were well fed and looked after by the people at Craigiehall. Just to let all the guys in the Association know that if you get the chance to go please make every effort to attend, this is a well run event and totally free you will not regret it boys oh and girls feel free to take your wife and family too.
PS I now know why Jimmy Laws was posted to the MT
Posted on 31 Aug 2015 by Tom Logan
LOOS 100 Commemoration
This will take place on Saturday 26th September 2015; I have been informed by a good source that if we as a Regimental Family have enough personnel wishing to attend the LOOS 100 Commemoration parade, the trustees will lay on a bus to Dundee.
We are hoping to have three collection points one in East Lothian, Edinburgh and Central, Collection points and times to follow.
If you wish to attend please contact 07912859976 give your name and preferred collection point.
We require names as soon as possible for booking the Transport.
Please get round everyone that you know and encourage them to make every effort to come along to this Commemoration.
Posted on 31 Aug 2015 by Bill Sutherland
GULF 1991 - 25TH ANNIVERSARY
Details of events planned to commemorate this major event in the Regiments long and distinguished history (last ever Battle Honours awarded to the Regiment) still awaited.
Advice was given some months ago that decisions on events to commemorate the GULF 1991 25th Anniversay would be published at some date after the Gretna events in May were over
Time running out for individuals who may wish to attend these events from afar to book travel and suitable accommodation.
FROM Admin:- Bill JS and others are on holiday so you may not get a reply till next week.
Posted on 31 Aug 2015 by Tom Logan
Congratulation to all Branch Golfers who participated in this years Gladdy Murray Golf outing at Silverknows Golf Course, Edinburgh on Sunday 30th August.
This years overall winner of the Gladdy Murray Trophy went to the Edinburgh Branch with a score of 109, Central and East of Scotland Branch came second with a score of 104.
The Winner of this year Broughton Putter went to Walter Hutchison, (East of Scotland Branch).
Nearest the pin Brian McGeachie, (Central Branch)
Nearest Pin Lyndsay Gillick, (Edinburgh Branch)
Longest Drive Lyndsay Gillick (Edinburgh Branch)
Wooden Spoon Allan Jeans (Edinburgh Branch)
The Golfers were Grateful to Andy Fitzpatrick for organising this years event and a big thank you to Liz Kyle for her refreshments at the 11th Hole and to the Staff at Silverknows for all there hospitality.
Date for next Royal Scots Golf outing Fallen Comrades, Sunday 10th April 2016 at Shawpark Golf Club Alloa.
Posted on 30 Aug 2015 by Liz Kyle
Just wanted to say another great day was had by all who attended the Gladdy Murray Golf Trophy which was held today at Silverknowes. The weather was great (nae midges!!), the sun was out and stayed dry and warm all day long. The food was lovely, and thanks to the staff for their hospitality, however Central Branch coming joint second isnt right!!!!!!! Come on lads, gie it some wellie next time! Well done to all the winners. Better luck next time to the non winners too. Tam get practicing and get some lessons. LOL
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