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Posted on 24 Jul 2016 by george hunter

got a text from Alec Grays daughter Tracey this morning with the sad news concerning his illness. he was a great friend and loyal to the regiment. My thoughts are with Derrin , Tracey and all his family.R.I.P big man.


Posted on 24 Jul 2016 by william adams

A hard fight required alec .Give it your best shot.Wullie and Alice


Posted on 24 Jul 2016 by David muir

Sorry to hear the sad news about Alec Gray ,he was my driver in the A/tk pl.from Tidworth through to Osnabruick .A good mucker and a true friend. From David & Ann Muir


Posted on 23 Jul 2016 by Dave Dickson

Sorry to hear about Alec Grays illness new him well in Tidworth & Cyprus as part of the anti-tank thoughts are with him in his final days and his family in this saddest of times Dave & Janet Dickson


Posted on 23 Jul 2016 by james valentine

FAO. Jim Anderson & Alec Gray Sorry to hear the sad news but never give up my wife has had an incurable cancer for two years now and with the strength and help of myself and friends she is still going on with life as best we can so live life to the full while you still can. { U T R } GOOD LUCK.


Posted on 23 Jul 2016 by Jim Anderson Website Admin

It is with great sadness that I have been informed that Alec Gray Husband of Derin Gray has been diagnosed with incurable Cancer, my heart goes out to Tracey whom I know from Cyprus, I will keep The Regimental Family updated.


Posted on 23 Jul 2016 by stephen coyle

hi, I'm researching my great grandfather Robert Hunter Sn 1453 of the 8th bn royal scots killed on 11/03/1915 and remembered at le Touret memorial France. His only possession sent home was a tortoise cowrie sea shell. I have just found a scrap of paper inside it with numbers written on it which are 1,4,6,8,10,15,16,21,22,24,27,31 do these numbers mean anything to the battalion or just a personal thing of my great grandfather any help with where I can start to find out would be most grateful . steve

Please check your email. Jim A

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Posted on 22 Jul 2016 by Tom Logan

MUSSELBURGH RIDING OF THE MARCHES GRAND PROCESSION Saturday 30th July

As part of Musselburgh Riding of the Marches a Grand procession will take place on the morning of Saturday 30th July, assembly point will be within Pinkie House Grounds at 0900 hrs, the parade will step off at 1000 hrs.

The Royal Scots Regimental Association have been invited to have a marching contingent to take part in the Grand Procession, We are hoping to have as many on parade as we did at the Armed Forces Day Parade back in June.

Remembering our Freedom connections with Musselburgh in that The Royal Scots were granted the Freedom of Musselburgh in 1971 and 1 SCOTS accepted the Freedom of East Lothian on behalf of the Royal Regiment of Scotland in 2013

The Parade will finish back at Pinkie House Grounds where various military stands and displays will be on show along with a beer tent where all marching contingent will receive a free beer and snack.

For more details contact 07912859976


Posted on 21 Jul 2016 by Tom Logan

I have just been informed that the Funeral of the late STEVEN BALFOUR will take place on Friday 29th July at Dunfermline Crematorium, the service will start at 1000 hrs.


Posted on 20 Jul 2016 by Jim Anderson

War Pensioners in receipt of Mobility Supplement (WPMS) can apply for a Disabled Drivers Assistance Card. The card entitles the individual to free basic roadside help from the AA if their car breaks down over quarter a mile from home. It does not include the cost of parts, home start, recovery or repairs.

Click the link below for more details.

Application for a Disabled Drivers Assistance Card


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