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Bill Heaney says...SIGNAL PLATOON REUNION:
Below is the gist of a letter I have done for a planned Signal Platoon Reunion. To get a copy of the full letter, please get in touch with me directly, I need your e-mail address or full postal address. It is hoped that we get a good response.
A Signal Platoon Reunion is currently being arranged for all those who have served in the Signal Platoon in the King's Own Scottish Borderers at any time (that does not include attending a Signal Cadre). The last Reunion was a roaring success and so many people who came on that night said that it would be a great idea to meet up again with some old (or is it older?) friends. The time has come for the third gathering and we hope that you will come and make this night an equally great event. Due to recent changes in the structure of the Army and possible difficulties in obtaining a venue in future, this may be the last chance for a Reunion so please make an effort to be there.
A stag night, with cold buffet, has been arranged for Saturday 27th September 2014 at 7.30pm in the Garrison WO?s & Sgt?s Mess at Redford Cavalry Barracks, Colinton Road, Edinburgh. There will be some barrack-room accommodation available in Redford Cavalry Barracks for those who need to stay in the camp. It is regretted that we do not have the use of the Garrison Officers Mess. A charge of �10, to be paid in advance, is required to cover the cost of the evening.
To ensure that we can gain maximum coverage, please get in touch with everyone you know of who would be interested and give them the details of this letter. Alternatively, give us their address or telephone number and we will do the rest.
Gogs little says...Looking for Mick Tait R Sigs Rear Link, Joe Black ex Sigs Pl and John Farquhar ex Sigs Pl and RCT both last heard of in the Edinburgh area. Also any ex Sig Pl member. A reminder that the Sigs Pl reunion is on the 27 Sept and it would be great to see as many old, bold, and young and as many bosses as possible as this will probably be the last time we can us Redford Bks
Once a Borderer always a Borderer
Gogs Little ZBF AR
eileen fleming says...i have found after 3 years of research my dear grandfather Lawrence Dunn who died in the first world war was a member of K O S Bs 6th battalion and have recently been to his grave in Ypes I wwould like to ask does anyone have a photo of if not the regiment maybe one of a soldier who was in this regiment thank you so much
The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Association and Museum