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Posted on 5 May 2016 by CHRISTOPHER J CARSON

Looks like a great social page, with a brilliant history. Wishing the museum and extended network every success through the rest of 2016 and in the years ahead!


Posted on 4 May 2016 by Tom Logan

7 RS GRETNA 101st COMMEMORATION. Our annual 7 RS Gretna commemoration at Rosebank Cemetery Will take place on the morning of Saturday 21st May. All members of The Royal Scots Regimental Family and their guests are welcome to attend. If any are aware of descendants of members of 7 RS or those who had any similar connection, please alert them to the event and invite them to come.

Key details are as follows:

1030 Muster inside the gates.
1045 Form up.
1055 - Step off.
1100 - Service of Remembrance.

On parade will be RS Association with their Standards, Dress for the RS Association will be blazers, RS ties, Glengarry, medals and trews if possessed.


Posted on 4 May 2016 by James Scullion (Jr)

Many thanks to all who posted such lovely comments about my Dad, Jimmy Scullion. Mum, Stella & I also wish to send heartfelt gratitude to all the Royal Scots who took the time to attend & make his send-off something special.

The collection for the Benevolent Fund is ongoing for about another month but, by all accounts, it's a decent haul so far.

Respectfully,
James.


Posted on 3 May 2016 by Liz Kyle

I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to ALL the golfers who attend both the Fallen Comrades and the Gladdy Murray Trophy, for the lovely flowers I had the honour of receiving on Saturday night at the Reunion. What a very lovely surprise! I hope to see you all again in Aug at Silverknowes. Thanks again.


Posted on 3 May 2016 by Liz Kyle

I would like to take this opportunity to say well done and thank you to Tam Logan and his band of supporters who so actively took part in organising the Reunion on Saturday 30th April. Again, another good night, but where is ma telly? LOL


Posted on 2 May 2016 by TomLogan

After recovering from a hectic weekend I would like to thank you all for attending this years Royal Scots Regimental Annual Reunion, we have had many great comments posted through the social media and I have received several text congratulating us on one of the best Annual Reunions they have attended in a several years. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following who helped make the night it was:

The Troops that came along on Saturday Afternoon to help set up the hall

Jim Anderson for the Film Show.

Pam and Yvonne for doing the Raffle.

Sammy McKeen and staff for the catering (first class)

The Royal Scots Association Pipe Band (who left early)

The entertainers TIMELESS.

All the helpers who helped on the night.

To everyone who donated Raffle prizes.

To Sammy and the Central Branch for their donation to raise funds for the Royal Scots Benevolence 317.00 pounds.

The BMC Club Committee and Staff for all their support and hospitality.

Tommy Douglas and Stu Aitken for his Gallant Royal Scots, Come Back Jake Johnston.

Once again it was great to see several new faces attending this years event hope to see you all back next year or at any other events throughout the year. THANK YOU ALL FOR A GREAT NIGHT..


Posted on 2 May 2016 by GEORGE HIGGINS

Hi guys. Well that's another Royal Scots association reunion over with for another year. Well-done Tom Logan for his hard work. From what I'm hearing, another great night had by all. Sorry I missed it. HOWEVER. It's time to do it again. Royal Scots veterans gathering on May 7th. meet up with your muckers at various locations before heading to the Alexander Graham bell bar along George Street to meet the rest of your muckers. Anyone wishing to meet us in the Royal Scots club then we'll see you there at 17.30 onwards. Remember guys, this is open to all Royal Scots veterans and partners. 25 years since op Granby. Let's celebrate our regiments last battle honour and of course raise a glass or two to our fellow comrades who are sadly no longer with us. See you all Saturday. UTR.


Posted on 1 May 2016 by Secret Squirrel69

Want to take this earliest day after feeling guid factor Sunday to say a Hearty Regimental Family Thanks to Tom Logan and his team of Merry Troops for a fantastic and Memorable evening.Food oustanding Sammy,Entertainment Timeless like The Band,Lights were swinging even when we exited The BMC Club,Like to thank my guests Andrew Malcolm B.E.M and his wife Jambo Jane,Andy served with Maxi- McDonald B.E.M,Drummie Keane B.E.M,Major Robert McDonald B.E.M. QM Werl R.I.P. Gus Ferguson B.E.M.R.I.P. Cher Gallacher B.E.M. R.I.P. and last but not least and present at Sylvia Main's table Michael Mick Durkin B.E.M. in The Cameronian Scottish Rifles.So Many to mention but must report that Baba refused a drink at the Bar.We als discussed the lack of exercising The Freedom Of Werl and a reunion with our Bros and Sisters there in the not too distant future.U.T.R.Slainte Mhath!!Stu and Mechelle Colquhoun


Posted on 29 Apr 2016 by Maxi macdonald ( jnr)

Massive Congratulations to major General Sir Bob Bruce on his appointment as colonel of the Royal Regiment of Scotland , from everyone at the royal Scots Association ,NI branch Brilliant , Up The Royals.


Posted on 28 Apr 2016 by Tom Logan

Was in to visit Bobby Buckhannon and drop off a card from the East of Scotland Branch Members while I was at work at Bonnyrigg Community Hospital, Bobby was not looking that great and very tiered went for a sleep while I was visiting. His partner says he has been talking a lot about the Regiment, and about members of the Regiment. Anyone in or around Bonnyrigg with some time on your hand pop in for a visit, he would enjoin the company.


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