Posted on 28 Jun 2015 by Linda Harris
What a great day I had yesterday would like to thank all veterans who made the day memorable. special thanks to all Royal Scot Veterans who helped me with my Erskine tin will let you all know what the final amount was once again thank you. Eddie I found Norrie he was walking or should I say marching home he was half way maybe I should have let him finish his walk to sober him up ha ha. A big thank you to you all you done the regiment proud once again. Love you all Linda Harris
Posted on 28 Jun 2015 by Stu Aitken
Cpl. Robert Mitchell Mackie aka wee ginge Rip
Posted on 27 Jun 2015 by Auld Provost Marshal's Hoose
It was a great pleasure - and relief - to be marching once again behind the RS Association Pipe Band on AF Day and in the company of so many other Old Royals, some of whom we haven't seen for a while. Jungle Jim.
Posted on 24 Jun 2015 by The Royal Scots Museum
MUSEUM & HERITAGE NOTE. Well done those Old Royals of the RS Association Highland Branch who, at the Old High Kirk in Inverness and with the assistance of the Minister Reverend Nimmo, commemorated Ensign Kennedy who died carrying the 3rd Battalion King's Colour at Waterloo.
Ensign Kennedy is listed among other members of the Kennedy family on a memorial tablet in the Old High Church. Meanwhile, the Waterloo Colours themselves are viewed in the Great Hall of Edinburgh Castle by thousands of visitors daily.
Old Royals who wish to see them should contact me at the RS Museum but should be aware that the opportunity lasts only until the end of August. Lt Col (Retd) W J Blythe.
Posted on 24 Jun 2015 by Jimmy Springthorpe
Armed Forces Day Sat 27th Jun 2015. Muster on Johnston Terr, Edinburgh at 1100 hrs, the parade will step off at 1130hrs. Dress: Glengarry, Regimental Tie, Blazer, Medals. The route will be down the Lawnmarket, turn right onto the George IV Bridge and march down to Grey Friars Bobby statue, turn right into Candlemakers Road and then into the Grassmarket. The parade will then be halted within the Grassmarket. Anyone arriving early at Johnston Terrace may wish to watch The SCOTS DG Waterloo parade stepping off at 1015hrs on their way to the Canongate. JS
Posted on 24 Jun 2015 by Jim Anderson Website Administrator
The life of a teenage soldier from Inverness who died during one of the last Napoleonic battles has been remembered during a poignant ceremony in the city.
Teenage soldier's tragic efforts to save regimental colours remembered in Inverness
Posted on 23 Jun 2015 by David McKendrick
Anyone free on Wednesday afternoon 3pm ,Chalky Whites plaque is getting unveiled at Glencourse
Posted on 22 Jun 2015 by The Royal Scots Museum
MUSEUM & HERITAGE NOTE. The Armed Forces Day flag is flying form the RS Museum flag pole this week - after all, we have 373 years unbroken service to the Crown to celebrate. Lt Col (Retd) W J Blythe.
Posted on 21 Jun 2015 by george hunter
condolences to the family of the late Rab Wallace. a true royal. R.I.P. Rab.
Posted on 21 Jun 2015 by Bill Sutherland
Update by Sally Douglas on Kenny's recovery from double lung transplant. GO KENNY D
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