Queen's Own Highlanders
(Seaforth & Camerons)
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18/10/2018 EDDIE CHORLEY
03/07/2018 HB Lunch 2018 Photos and and Bobs Report
Dates for your Diary 2017/18
Highland Branch Christmas Dinner and Dance 2018
Please find attached notification of our Christmas Dinner and Dance. We have moved to the Nairn Legion this year but are retaining the same caterers and the Dunphail Ceilidh Band will again provide the music.
CALL TO MARCH
Latest News for October 2018
Far From Ypres.
I hope this email finds you well.
You might already be aware of it but I am writing to you to tell you about Far, Far From Ypres; a unique folk music production which will be showing at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness on Sunday 21 October.
To read more go to one of the links below.
Laying Up of the Colours
Please find attached an update on the Laying Up of the Colours of the 2nd Bn 51st Highland Volunteers in the Regimental Chapel at Fort George on Sat 8th June 2019.
Gordon Highlander Kilts
Please see message below from Robert Thomson of the Gordon Highlanders Association Ds & Ps. If any Highlanders out there have a Gordon Kilt(s) for sale or donation, would they please get in touch directly with Robert.
Robert says. ‘We have recently had some new members joining the Association Drums and Pipes and we are struggling to source kilts for them. We have half a dozen kilts, but they are for the skinny young men of medium height, or for very big tall men.
We would pay any reasonable price, plus postage, for kilts in the 34-40 inch waist, height 5'-7" to 5'-10" range.
Please find attached the latest Regimental Association Bulletin Number 25 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland. This may be of interest to those members of the Regiment who are still serving, Veterans and their families. Please feel free to distribute amongst your contacts.
Latest News for September 2018
Crawford McMaster and Albert Duffus have been discussing the future of Regimental Golf, none of us are getting any younger.
Golfers only please see the questionnaire attached. Please take a little time to review it and then tell Crawford how you see it going forward. Based on your replies a number of us will, if necessary, take the consensus forward.
Winner of Wooden Spoon on a few occasions!
EDINBURGH BRANCH NEWSLETTER - SEPTEMBER 2018
Attached is the latest newsletter from the Edinburgh Branch. Enjoy reading it and catching up with the latest from Auld Reekie
MORAY LOONS - UPDATE
Saturday 6th October 2018 at the Seaforth Club, Elgin. Doors open 1930hrs.
Grant Drive 1850
Kinloss (Abbey Crescent) 1925
Burghead (Harbour end of Main Street) 1940
Hopeman (Bowling Club) 1950
Lossiemouth (Clifton Road) 2010
Arr Seaforth Club Elgin 2030hrs
Return trip about 0030hrs
Donations for the raffle are most welcome.
Pay on the door (£10 per head)
Max attendance please - all QO HLDRS/HLDRS 2/51, 4 SCOTS/7 SCOTS 3 HLDRS Cadets as well as any attached personnel most welcome. Guests from Non Blue Hackle units welcome but please let Suds know for planning the numbers.
Latest News for August 2018
The Western Front Way/ Via Sacra
A new, continuous long-distance walking path that traces the line of the 1914-18 Western Front from the Vosges in the South to the Belgian coast in the North.
Lt Gen John Cooper CB, DSO, MBE (Late KOSB) was approached by a friend, Mr Andrew Gillespie a retired Gunner, to discuss the project 'The Western Front Way' and its publicity within the Scottish military community.
One of Mr Gillespie's ancestors was killed at Loos with the Argyll's, but in a letter home mused on the concept of a Western Front Walk in No-Man's Land from the Vosges to the Channel as a living memorial to the dead. The concept document is attached. The charity has been in touch with French, Belgian and German authorities and the 1st 100 kms should be open in the next couple of months.
Mr Gillespie is not looking for direct financial support from regiments (but such support if offered would, Gen Cooper believes, be most welcome), rather publicity within the Scottish military community since Alexander Douglas Gillespie was an Argyll. The second document is a flyer for the project. Sir Michael Murpogo OBE, DL (who wrote the novel 'War Horse'.) is involved and gave the project a push on this Sunday's "A Point of View" on Sunday morning on Radio 4 .
Gen Cooper believes this is a 'fantastic concept' that he wishes to support in any way he can. Maj Gen Bob Bruce, in his capacity as the Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, has confirmed his support for the project and the Royal Regiment of Scotland will put the flyer into the regimental magazine, the newsletter and digital media. The flyer is now also on the KOSB website.
A question has been asked about whether the route would be marked eg "This stretch is sponsored by The King's Own Scottish Borderers" - Gen Cooper has spoken with Andrew Gillespie who made the point that signage on the route is unlikely (the land is owned by various French and Belgian local governments and private owners) but sponsorship can be put on route maps and eventually they plan to create an audio phone app (not dissimilar to existing trench map apps) with commentary. It is an emerging project and it is still early days.
Gen Cooper has asked that the project be publicised. It is aiming to deliver a living usable memorial to the dead of WW 1.
Association Branches are requested to publicise this project among their members and display copies of the 'flyer'.
Further details will follow as the project moves forward.
The Highlanders Museum
(Queen,s Own Highlanders Collection)
Newsletter August 2018 is Attached
QOHLDRS Regtl Association Accounts
Attached is the QOHLDRS Regtl Association Accounts; (displayed, as a legal requirement), for the last Financial Year:- 1 Apr 2017 to 31 March 2018.
The Accounts have been audited and officially cleared by OSCR (Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator). They had been passed initially, at our AGM, held at Ft George, on 22 Jun 18.
Association Honorary Treasurer.
Parliamentary Inquiry into provision of mental health careDear All
Please see information relating to the launch of a Parliamentary Inquiry into provision of mental health care to AF personnel and veterans. Please could you bring to the attention of as many people as possible that you feel may be willing and able to supply evidence to the Committee, the more submitted the better the chances of improving provision.
If you experience difficulties with the Defence Committee Website you should pass your information to James Ward (his details are below).
latest Regimental Association Bulletin
Please find attached the latest Regimental Association Bulletin Number 21 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland.
As it may be of interest to those members of the Regiment who are still serving, Veterans and their families.
Stone Dedication at the NMA
Dedication of the Royal Regiment of Scotland Descriptor Stone at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) on the 9th August 2018 at 1200hrs.PHOTOS
Lt Col (Retd) G M Vevers |SO2 Heritage | RHQ SCOTS | The Castle, Edinburgh, EH1 2YT | MoD: 94740 5035 | BT: 0131 310 5035 | Email:
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Latest News for June/July 2018
I wrote this song with Soldiers on the Streets in mind.
A meeting with an old comrade, Seaforth and QOH, George McArthy
The last time I saw George McArthy was at Selerang Barracks, Singapore in 1962.
On 26th 2018 we met again at an old stamping ground of ours – Fort George!
In the meantime George had re-located to New Zealand to seek fame, fortune and love !!
He succeeded in all three!
During our meeting George was accompanied by his lovely daughter, Helen and his brother Bill.
As the conversation went on we “ chewed the fat” and were soon knee deep in empty cartridges, memories, old friends, a combination that sure makes one feel good!
Geordie was a member of the MT platoon back in the Singapore days.
Should any of the old team wish to contact him and make his day, please contact Ronnie Sinclair on Facebook.
George will be flying back to New Zealand on the 9th of September. He is currently located in Castletown, Caithness.
I would like to thank Seoras McIntosh for his skills in photography and presenting George with a small momento of his visit to Fort George
Bon Voyage George
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Event at the Highlanders’ Museum on Friday 20th July at 3pm.
We would be absolutely delighted if you would join us to talk to war widows and historians about the challenges war’s forgotten women have faced over the centuries from the nineteenth century through the world wars to the present day. Refreshments will be provided.
The Association urgently requires QOHLDRS No1A Dress uniform clothing for a “photoshoot,” to allow the sculptor to design the proposed Inverness Statue’'.
It would be greatly appreciated if any QOHLDR possesses any of the following items of No1A dress, to help out with the planned photograph for(roughly) a 5feet 10 inches tall soldier:
- Green Jacket ; 44 – 46 inch chest with “ elephant”collar dogs & buttons.”
- White belt with Regtl Buckle
3 White gloves
- No1 Dress Hair Sporran
- Red & white diced hose & flashes
- Regtl Spats to for size 10 brogues
- Rifle Sling.
Photo will be taken in Cameron Bks. The Association will pay all postage and return all items to owners.
Yours aye – David Grant
Tel; 0131-310- 8139 (Mon & Weds)
MINUTESOF THE ANNUASL GENERAL MEETING OF THE QUEEN’S OWN HIGHLANDERS REGIMENTAL ASSOCIATION AGM MINUTES
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MARK CARNEY, BW
I would like to let you know I am trying to organise a small memorial parade at the grave side of a young soldier who was tragically killed in Northern Ireland 1978 whilst attached to 5 platoon B Company QOHldrs Pte Mark Donald Carnie Black Watch.
He was killed in Dunganon on the 19th July 1978 (40 years ago) at the tender age of 18.
To read more on this go to one of the links below.
latest SCOTS Newsletter
Please see attached the latest SCOTS Newsletter / Update.
Please also be aware that this Headquarters is to migrate to MODNET
(new MOD IT system) next week and in preparation for that my Role E-mail address;
Will no longer accept e-mails so for the time being please direct all e-mails to;
Royal British Legion Scotland
As all members will know 2018 is the final year of the four-year WW1 Commemorations. The Inverness Branch will be heavily involved in these Commemorations and are looking for your help with these events. We are looking for volunteers with good co-ordination skills to assist our Branch Working Group Secretary (David Taylor)
To read more on this go to one of the links below
Transport for lunch Sunday 01 July at British legion Nairn
dep; Elgin town hall at 1130hrs
rtn; approx. 1600hrs
LAYING UP OF THE 2/51 HIGHLAND COLOURS – FORT GEORGE, 8 JUNE 2019
The Colours of the 2nd Battalion, 51st Highland Volunteers will be laid up in the Regimental Chapel at Fort George on Saturday, 8th June 2019. Former members of the battalion are planning a solemn, fitting occasion which will also provide a reunion opportunity for All Ranks (including permanent staff) and their families.
To Read more go to one of the links below
Inverness Coach Departure: Friday 15 June 18
1. 0815hrs onwards - Would all pers please approach Cameron Bks through Wimberley Way direction ( not the main Bks Entrance).
The Coach will arrive at 0830hrs , on the Bks Square and depart at 0900hrs for the Arboretum. ETA Premier Inn – by 1830hrs hopefully!
2. Cars passes will be issued by me on your arrival, and please park in he Barracks Official car Park area.
3. On return, Sunday, hopefully by 1900hrs. Coach pers disembark in Cameron Bks and disperse.
David Grant RHQ
It is a very proud moment for me indeed when I see the plaque that I unveiled with Madam La Mair now being displayed in the Town Hall Metern.
This was all due to my good friends The Flanders Jocks and I thank them with all my heart for all the great work they do to represent the Scottish Regiments WW1
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Latest News for May 2018
PROGRAMME: Queen's Own Highlanders – STATUE UNVEILING CEREMONY [ W/end 15/17 June 2018 ]
Welcome (Estimated attendance : 250)
Friday 15 June: 1830pm For those laying a wreath – Please collect from Chairman or Maj Edward Usborne, Secretary, at the Premier Inn.
To read more go to one of the liks below.
Northern Ireland immunity from prosecution
Can I draw to your attention the campaign to give soldiers who served in Northern Ireland immunity from prosecution and ask you to register your support for this campaign on the link below my signature block.
To read more go to one of the links below.
Dundee Combined Ex-Services Association
I write as the Secretary of the City of Dundee Combined Ex-Services Association to inform you that the City of Dundee will be hosting a short parade for Armed Forces Veterans and Youth Organisations on Saturday 23rd June 2018. The parade will step off from Dundee High School at 1200 hours marching down Reform Street to the City Square. The raising of the Armed Forces Flag will commence on our arrival, then an inspection of the Veterans conducted by Lt General Sir ASH Irwin KCB, CBE will be conducted.
The inspection will be followed by a couple of speeches then a brief church service, followed by the march off.
After the parade, lunch will be available in the Caird Hall consisting of Sausage Rolls, Sandwiches and a beer or two.
Kindest Regards to the Regiment
Major (Retd) Colin Gray
I just got this from Pat Ferguson (11/05/2018)
“I'm not on any Bn sites. Could you put on that Eddie Czarnecki ex A/T left Bn during Hong Kong is in
hospital with Kidney failure. Harmyres hospital ward 2 phone number 01355 585021
Colonel Roddy Wood and Frances Beveridge (Poppy Scotland) have asked that I help and advertise
their Poppy Ball to be held on 23 June at Drumossie Hotel, Inverness.
Please see attached Poster.
EDINBURGH BRANCH - MAY NEWSLETTER
The attached newsletter will give you an insight into what the Edinburgh Branch has been up to recently, and amongst other things, gives details about the Armed Forces Day Parade in Edinburgh, and how to get tickets for our Summer Dance.
Enjoy reading it
Poppy Ness Veterans
Would you please advertise the following on behalf of Poppy Ness Veterans who are working with Poppy Scotland (Strothers Lane, Inverness).
Poppy Ness Veterans (Tripartite Veterans Group) are keen to advertise the service and support Poppy Scotland can provide to veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces and also raise £1918 to mark the Centenary of WW1.
To that end they will be present on The High Street, Inverness (outside M&S / the Bank of Scotland) on Saturday 16th June between 10.00hrs and 16.00hrs.
Please see attached Poster.
I would encourage you to visit the High Street on the 16th and support Poppy Ness Veterans and learn more about the work of Poppy Scotland.
Thank you for your support.
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Regimental Association Bulletin
Please find attached Regimental Association Bulletin 13 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland.
These may be of interest to Scottish servicemen, veterans and their families and the Armed Forces Community.
Mr Duncan Foster on the award of the Legion of Honour
George Givens, Jimmy Sherry, Eddie Maley, and Charlie Millar congratulate Mr Duncan Foster on the award of the Legion of Honour
Piper Jim Elliot gets a request from Mr Foster - "Do you know March of the Cameron Men son?"
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Latest News for April 2018
FROM RHQ INVERNESS
Please find attached SCOTS Newsletter for Feb/Mar 18
And the Regimental Association Bulletin 11 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland.
This may be of interest to Scottish servicemen, veterans and their families and the Armed Forces Community.
Regimental Association BulletinClick below
For SCOTS Newsletter Click Below
Giles Nevill "One for Cabarfeidh"
After a really knackering 42.195 km row in blistering heat, (a tired and emotional) "ONE FOR CABAR FEIDH" especially for those from our Regiment who I know have had / are having a hard time in life as a result of their experiences in the Army. Sadly, I suspect there will be others ..... this was for you.
Highland Branch AGM April 2018
The minutes are now here for you to read
Please find attached Regimental Association Bulletin 10 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland. This may be of interest to Scottish servicemen, veterans and their families and the Armed Forces Community.
Latest News for March 2018
Please see attached poster advertising a Commemorative Service that will be held at Cavell Gardens, Inverness at 08.00hrs on April 23rd 2018. It will be followed by a Breakfast in C Coy 7SCOTS Drill Hall, Gordonville Road.
Please pass the word around, all welcome.
EDINBURGH BRANCH NEWSLETTER - MARCH 2018
Attached is the latest newsletter from Edinburgh. Enjoy reading it
HIGHLAND BRANCH AGM AND NATIONAL MEMORIAL ARBORETUM VISIT
MEMORIAL ARBORETUM VISIT LETTER
HIGHLAND BRANCH AGM LETTER
2 SCOTS at Glencorse Barracks
2 SCOTS at Glencorse Barracks, Penicuik have organised a Rugby Sevens Tournament to be held on Saturday 5 May 18 at Glencorse Barracks. We would be delighted to welcome you all to the President’s Tent for what promises to be an entertaining and competitive day of rugby, with the first match kicking off at 1000.
This year’s tournament will be run as a 2 SCOTS event, with the intention of holding a larger Regimental Sevens tournament next year at a location yet to be confirmed.
Statue at National Memorial Arboretum
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Above is a photograph of the 600mm high maquette of the ¾ life size figure that will be unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum on 16th June. The maquette in bronze costs £2,350 + VAT and is a limited edition of 12, there are 11 remaining. The maquette can also be produced as a bronze resin cast which is much lighter than the bronze one but otherwise exactly the same. It weighs less because it is cast in a mixture of bronze chips and resin and the cost is £1,150 + VAT.
If anyone would like a cold cast version of the ¾ life size statue, an exact copy of the bronze statue destined for the Arboretum, it would cost £3,500 + VAT. It is 4ft 6ins high.
Latest News for February 2018
The Highlanders’ Museum Queen’s Own (Highlanders Collection)
The museum newsletter is now available by clicking on one of the links below
The Seaforth Regimental Association Dinner
The 69th Annual Reunion Dinner of The Seaforth Regimental Association ( Ross-shire Branch) will be held in the Ross Hall, High Street, Dingwall on Friday 9th March 2018 - 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm.
Tickets,which cost £20 each, can be reserved by contacting Bob Shanks on 01463-242915.
HIGHLAND BRANCH AMALGAMATION DINNER
FRIDAY 9th FEBRUARY 2018 FORT GEORGE
Just to inform you that those catching the bus from Elgin to attend the above function
The bus will leave The Elgin Town Hall at 18.00Hr on the 9th of Feb
EDINBURGH BRANCH AMALGMATION DINNER 2018
There was a great atmosphere at the Edinburgh Branch Amalgamation Dinner (Saturday 10th February 2018)
Padre Angus Smith was our Guest of Honour and gave a good after-dinner speech in his own inimitable style. Angus was the Battalion’s Padre from 1973 - 1976 and knows Regimental characters very well. He was also Padre to the SCOTS Guards during the Falklands campaign so is no stranger to being at the Sharp End! He finished by giving the toast to the Queen’s Own Highlanders - to a hearty “Cabarfeidh Gu Brath” reply from the assembled company
Dougie Shepherd went on to give a very fitting toast to our regular Battalion - 4 SCOTS (The Highlanders)
The catering was provided by ex ACC chef Andy Henderson of Bistro52 in Uphall and the food was exceptional and plentiful
The young 16-17 year old pipers from Edinburgh Academy as usual were excellent and our singer for the night soon got everyone dancing. Bobby Munro gave the Regimental Toast in Gaelic - to which Padre Smith confirmed that, yes, it certainly was Gaelic!
All in all, a great night
Latest News for January 2018
Unforgotten Forces Consortium and Hearing Forces Project
I have recently had a very good meeting with;
Hearing Forces Project Officer - North Action on Hearing Loss Scotland
14 New Row
Office Telephone: 01738 440723
Mobile: 07464 828452
To read more on this click on one of the links below
VAN DRIVERS REQUIRED
Please see attached 2 x adverts, one for patient drivers and one for van drivers sent on behalf of Highland Hospice in the event that some members of the veterans community or their families may have some spare time on their hands and would be willing to volunteer for Highland Hospice as Van or Patient drivers. The adverts are self-explanatory but if you have any questions do contact any of the staff mentioned and they will be happy to advise you.
This message has been sent on behalf of Emily Patrick and Fiona Stoddart (as per details below).
Van Driver Info:-
Patient Driver Info:-
HIGHLAND BRANCH AMALGAMATION DINNER
FRIDAY 9th FEBRUARY 2018 FORT GEORGE
Dear All, See attached. Time to get your returns in. Come along and hear what Walter Walker, our Chief Guest has to say. CFGB
Happy New Year to All.
Generals, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Please find attached the calling letter for the unveiling of our Statue at the National Arboretum on 16th June 2018. Please spread it far and wide.
Happy New Year to you all,
CALL FOR INFORMATION
Cpl Mattie Glasgow Belize 27 Aug 1976
Pte Alan MacMillan NI 8 July 1979
LCpl Victor MacLeod NI 27 Aug 1979
Thanks in advance
The Highlander Newsletter 2017
I am delighted to inform you that The Highlander Newsletter 2017 has been completed and my thanks goes to Cohorts By Design Ltd
in Galashiels, Selkirkshire for all their assistance in getting us to this point.
To view the 115 page colour Newsletter telling the stories of Regular, Reserve and Cadet units, RN and Overseas affiliations and
what the antecedent veteran associations have been upto, some sport and most importantly to remember those who have sadly
died in 2017 please now go to the link below.
The link will ‘welcome you’ and show the Front Cover of The Newsletter 2017 online and to its right it will give you 3 options;
1. Flipbook – Click here to view (read) in the flipbook format.
a. Single page (good for printing off for a hard copy).
b. Double page (good for screen viewing).
Please select the format that best suits your needs and equipment capability.
There are hundreds of pictures in the Newsletter so I would ask you to forward this e-mail / link to anyone you recognise so they too
can reminisce over the year past.
Please give the document aser;">Latest News for January 2017
Transport for our amalgamation dinner at Ft George on 10th Feb
Hi, me old muckers, transport for our amalgamation dinner at Ft George on 10th Feb. for Elgin/Forres loons only.
Dep. Elgin 1800 hrs. Sharp!!
Dep Forres 1830 hrs. Sharp!!
Inverness have their own arrangements.
Look forward to seeing you all.
Charlie O'Loan is currently in the Marie Curie Hospice in Frogston Road West, Edinburgh and unfortunately has not got that long to live (terminal cancer). I visited him today (23/01/17) and although not very mobile, he chatted away OK
If anyone knows Charlie and is in the Edinburgh area and would like to visit him, he would be more than happy to see any of his old buddies.
I have asked Charlie's son to keep me informed of the situation
I have been asked by three veterans from the DWR, to see if there is an appetite for a reunion this September 2017. 50 years ago the camp opened its gates to 1000, 15 year olds. The gathering would be for anyone that started out in JIB. All three of the DWR lads started their army careers off as junior solders in Sir John Moore Barracks. I did myself.
Major (Retired ) Ralph MM
To read more go to one of the links below.
Battlefield Tour September 2017
This is open to all Ex Queens Own Highlanders Connected Reservists Cadet Adults and Families plus museum staff and volunteers.
As promised I now have the dates and basic Itinerary along with other have relevant details for the battlefield study in September:
The cost will be £390 PP (single person supplement is an additional £35 per night)
To read more go to one of the links below.
Booking Form Below
Name List to date 09/02/2017
The SCOTS Regimental Association Branches
The SCOTS Regimental Association branches – Edinburgh (Branch 001) and Inverness (Branch 003) will be holding their next branch meetings at the following:
Edinburgh. Redford Sgts Mess Thurs 26th Jan 17. 1900-2100.
Inverness. C Coy 7 SCOTS, Gordonville Rd, Inverness Tues 31st Jan 17. 1900-2100.
Can I please ask that you advertise this around your antecedent community to garner as much support as possible? There will I am sure be SCOTS Veterans who are affiliated to your Branches or who read your websites who might like to consider supporting these fledgling branches.
As a reminder, the SCOTS Association will welcome all serving and former soldiers of The Royal Regiment of Scotland and all former soldiers from all our antecedent regiments. There is no set agenda other than the bar will be open for a drink and it’s a chance for us to foster our esprit de corps.
Leo is Remembered
3 members of the Liverpool Scottish Association, Lenny Osbourne, Jim and Doreen Smith and 6 Queen's Own Highlanders, Colin Hughes, Ronnie Baybut, Kenny Banks, John Gribbon, Jim Ryan and Andy [Robert] Capp, attended the cremation of Leo. Colin played Leo into the crematorium and played the lament at the end of the service to which he received a very warm round of applause. After the service, Leo's daughter, Julie thanked every one of us and told us she was thrilled that we had attended. Kenny and Ronnie gave her some photos of her dad which she had not seen before.
I would like to thank you all for the support that you gave Leo’s daughter Julie.
A special thanks to Colin for playing the Bagpipes. I am only sorry that I could not have been there myself.
C F G B
Regards to you all,
Tam Hunter Writes:
I would just like to say thanks to all the liverpool boys,Leo deserved a good send off and we can always depend on our scouse friends to do the right thing.
Tam Balloch MBE Writes:-
Tosh just to say you do a wonderful job on your web site and have done for years Its great getting all the info from you and others ref the Regiment keep up the great WORK.
TAMWe'll Say the Blessing
Chonie Monro is doing the official launch of her book, "We'll Say the Blessing" at Birnie Kirk Hall on Saturday 21st January between 11 am and 2 pm and she would be delighted to see as many of you as she can.
I can assure you that this book is well worth a read and some of it is very funny
Hugh will be there serving the teas and mulled wine and that in itself is well worth a visit
Sample Below click to enlarge
I can only apologise for having to take down the Guest Book but this is due to getting sent a lot of SPAM
Meanwhile I am working on getting a new guestbook and I will put up any message you send up on the homepage.
You can use the Contact page to send your messages and photos you may have
Ian Geddes Writes:-
Very sad to see the passing of King Kenny Urquart a great bn footballer saw him as a young lad playing for Nairn County along with Johnny Bateson, I only played a few times with him as he had come to the end of his career but he still had it.
Also sad to see the passing of Freddie Mair.
Regimental Association Bulletin 1
Please find attached Regimental Association Bulletin 1 Jobs, which details a selection of the latest jobs in Scotland. As this will be of interest to Scottish servicemen, veterans and their families and the Armed Forces Community.
Highlanders News Letter
Happy New Year
Good news The Highlanders Newsletter 2016 is now complete and online at
There are various ways to review / read it but the link explains that in a straight forward manner.
Please pass it to anyone who you may think will enjoy it.
I wish all my followers a very prosperous 2017 and hope you will continue to use this website to put up your photos and information and this will give me the encouragement to keep it going.
51st Highland Division at St.Valéry-en-Cau
We would like to invite you to attend an illustrated talk by Brigadier (Ret'd) C S Grant OBE on Wednesday 15th February 2017.
Meet at The Highlanders’ Museum, Fort George at 6.30pm for a drink and look round the museum ready for the lecture at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 which includes light refreshments. Telephone 0131 310 8701 or book online
The illustrated talk will give an overview of the one of the most poignant and painful events from the start of the Second World War – the surrender and capture of the 51st Highland Division at St.Valéry-en-Caux. It is a story of tremendous endeavour and outstanding bravery by Scottish soldiers in one of the key episodes in World War Two, told by one of the country’s leading experts on the subject. Please find a poster attached. If you would distribute amongst your contacts we would be very grateful.
I look forward to seeing you at the Museum.
Education and Outreach Officer
The Highlanders' Museum
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